The CDC and FDA sent a letter to the New England Journal of Medicine detailing a shift in how youth are using vaping products. The letter confirms youth are switching to disposable products. To learn more about the developing trend and read the letter, click here.
Puff Bar was ordered to take their products off the market by the FDA. They’ve brought them back in an effort to skirt FDA regulations and get youth hooked on nicotine. Read more about their move in this Wall Street Journal article.
TFND is happy to announce the Video Essay Scholarship Contest is back for North Dakota high school seniors! The winner will get a $1,000 scholarship. For more information, click on the “Video Essay Scholarship Contest” Tab.
The Anchorage Assembly passed an ordinance to include all vaping products in the city’s tobacco tax. The full story can be read by clicking here.
The American Medical Association has signed onto a lawsuit filed in June trying to get the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to ban menthol flavored tobacco products. The suit says menthol disproportionately affects people of color. An October 13 article from Bloomberg Business further explains the suit and why the AMA decided to sign on […]