A Deep Dive into Juul's Bizarre Plan to Teach Students About Vaping
This is embarrassing.
How Experts Trace A Homemade Bomb To Its Source
We spoke to an explosive forensic expert about how to track a serial bomber.
The FDA Is Launching An Anti-Juul Campaign That’s Like D.A.R.E. for Vaping
The agency will be sending out posters to high schools and running digital ads to raise awareness.
Juul's Legal Problems Keep Getting Worse
The vape company is under fire after a spiffy $15 billion valuation. How bad could it get?
I Quit Smoking But My Palate Is Still Trash
Forty days ago, I quit smoking. Ever since, I’ve been waiting for the taste epiphany people have promised.
Asking for a friend
Is It Safe for Non-Smokers to Chew Nicotine Gum?
The benefits are similar to drinking a cup of coffee.
E-Cigarettes Are Dangerous for People Who Don’t Already Smoke
Several recent studies suggest that unless you're using e-cigs as a harm reduction tool to quit smoking, you should stay away from them—especially if you're a teenager.
Who Forced the Cigarette Companies to Run Those Anti-Smoking Ads?
I've spent decades battling the tobacco industry. There's a reason you're seeing these ads now.
The ‘Father of Stress’ Was a Tobacco Industry Shill
How one of the twentieth century’s most respected scientists was bought by the tobacco industry.
united states of addiction
You Can’t Treat Opioid Addiction While Ignoring Nicotine Addiction
Smoking cigarettes could increase risk of relapse into other drug use, experts say.
I Took the Internet's Worst Advice on How to Quit Smoking Cigarettes
I temporarily lost $2,000, and now have 20 pounds of clementines.
More People Are Organizing to Raise the Minimum Tobacco Age to 21
More than 260 cities and towns have passed Tobacco 21 laws, banning the sale of cigarettes to anyone under current drinking age.