A new USC study finds that vaping teens end up smoking more combustible cigarettes than smokers who never used e-cigarette devices.
Azar – already on thin ice with the president over the vaping ban – saw his authority diminish in part after the task force he led oversaw a widespread testing failure https://t.co/4pgKT9vg2h
— Maggie Haberman (@maggieNYT) April 11, 2020
Legal and illegal cannabis sales have spiked in the U.S., even though doctors warn that smoking and vaping worsen symptoms and spread. The businesses face a new problem: keeping employees safe. https://t.co/o0yd7Sf5sD
— The New York Times (@nytimes) April 11, 2020