The FDA has released new commercials and in-school posters meant to convince teenagers that vaping isn’t safe. Will the kids listen?
A federal judge in Maryland has mandated a 10-month deadline for vaping manufacturers to submit marketing applications to the FDA.
A small Nebraska school district has gotten national attention---including from the ACLU---over its policy of randomly testing students for nicotine.
Former FDA Commissioner Scott Gottlieb has joined the board of directors at Pfizer, the world’s third largest pharmaceutical manufacturer.
With research into the medical applications of cannabis has come rapid growth in the production of lab-made, synthetic cannabinoid analogues.
San Francisco will become the first city in the nation to ban the sale of e-cigarettes and other vaping products. The city will not ban cigarettes.
The FDA issued guidance for manufacturers of vaping products just a day before asking a federal judge not to mandate a new compliance deadline.
The arrest of a 69-year-old woman for entering Disney World with CBD oil illustrates the confusion over laws regarding the popular cannabinoid.
Vape manufacturer Drip More has recalled more than 7,000 bottles of Candy King -- Worms e-liquid that contains more nicotine than the label states.
Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey has announced a lawsuit against an obscure seller of JUUL-compatible vaping devices and pods.