The agency is also considering child-proof packaging requirements for the substance used in e-...
Sen. Blumenthal (D-Conn.) says FDA has until the end of summer to finalize its regs.
Clinton has not signaled whether she’ll highlight an issue championed by her husband.
Electronic cigarette use among middle and high school students has tripled, the CDC said.
Nicotine is being sold to kids in gummy bear and candy flavors, Rep. Speier said.
Study: 15 to 17-year-olds would be less likely to smoke if legal age was 19, 21 or 25.
A Senate panel approved legislation requiring child-proof packages for liquid nicotine.
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More teens are using electronic nicotine products.
More talks on the Trans-Pacific Partnership are planned this week.
The agreement maintains a ban on the cigarettes and resolves other trade disputes.
The Democrats pointed to evidence the ads increase smoking among teens.
The FDA would be prohibited from forcing products already on the market through an application...
Sen. Blumenthal said he'll introduce legislation this fall if the agency fails to act.
The Democratic Senator said the new CDC report should be a "wake-up call."
Sen. Dick Durbin and Rep. David Cicilline warned children are at risk of nicotine poisoning.
Flavored liquid nicotine is not designed to attract teens, e-cig advocates say.
HHS was asked to finalize the deeming regs before the FDA commissioner steps down.
The US has failed to update its cigarette-label warnings since 1984.
Sen. Bill Nelson (D-Fla.) has introduced the Child Nicotine Poisoning Prevention Act of 2015.
Jury is still out on effects of vaping on public health.
The senator urged schools to end partnerships with “big tobacco” in anti-smoking campaigns.
The U.S. won’t send officials to a health summit on tobacco in Moscow.
Republican Reps. Diane Black (Tenn.) and Ted Poe (Texas) have introduced legislation to eliminate...