The government is considering letting e-cigarette companies promote the health benefits of their products to the public, despite questions about the
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Labor unions see an opportunity to organize one of the fastest-growing industries. Weed workers across the country are unionizing.
A consulting firm in Colorado thinks it may have figured out what’s causing the nationwide vaping illness: cadmium fumes from cheap soldering materials.
Experts have proposed using medical marijuana to help Americans struggling with opioid addiction. Two studies suggest that there is merit to that strategy.
A recent study conducted at the University of Bonn is suggesting that marijuana triggers the release of antioxidants, which act as a cleansing mechanism.
Utah DOH issued a public report warning that the vaping of marijuana-based oils is the direct cause of the 71 cases of respiratory illness across the state.
Napolitano called the ban on flavored e-cigarettes "intrusive government intervention," and labeled it a "violation of Freedom of Choice."
Federal Trade Commission told them they need to review the claims, as well as testimonials, about products and provide scientific research to back it up.
The difference seems to stem from the differences in how American and British regulatory agencies and politicians have responded to the rise of e-cigarettes