A Ban on Flavored E-Cigarettes Would Sharply Cut Sales

New York Times

Companies and trade groups weigh the risks of waging a fight against a proposed ban on most flavored vaping products, to protect mint and menthol brands.

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Warning as 100,000 people in US get cancer from chemicals in drinking water

The Sun

A TOXIC cocktail of chemical pollutants in tap water could lead to 100,000 people getting cancer, experts have warned. Contaminants including arsenic and radium, which have no smell, colour or taste, have been detected in water systems in the US. Researchers at the Environmental Working Group fou...

Scientists say they will one day be able to reverse old age by flushing toxic cells from the body

The Sun

OLD age will one day be reversed using a cocktail of drugs to flush toxic cells from the body, say researchers. They believe the approach could usher in a revolution in care and treatment of frail, older people with chronic diseases. Researcher James Kirkland said: “What we’re looking for is to i...

TV Networks Take Down Juul and Other E-Cigarette Ads

New York Times

Teenage vaping keeps climbing, suggesting that campaigns to curb e-cigarette use among minors were not working.

How Do You Fix … All of It?

New York Times

A group of leaders in business, politics and academia gathered to try to solve problems from student debt to carbon emissions. Here are their recommendations.