A report released last week by the CDC shows the number of teens vaping with E-cigarettes has tripled in just one year. Local health officials say it's a problem here, too.
A national healthcare company made headlines in February when representatives of that company announced they'd no longer sell tobacco products. On the heels of that announcement, CVS, which has also changed its name to CVS Health, made good to that promise and did so about a month early.
As CVS sharpens its focus on customer health, the nation's second-largest drugstore chain will tweak its corporate name and stop the sale of tobacco nearly a month sooner than planned.
Secretary of State Chuck Hagel says he's reviewing whether the military should ban tobacco sales and smoking on bases and ships.
Study finds e-cigarettes are increasingly popular with teens, many of whom use them with tobacco cigarettes as well.
Starting in October, you won't find any tobacco products at a chain of national pharmacy stores. That's according to an announcement made by CVS Caremark today.
CVS Caremark pharmacies will phase out tobacco in U.S. retail stores by Oct. 1, officials announced Wednesday
Although e-cigarettes are not regulated yet the Wichita County Health Department is trying to get the word about the danger of tobacco products.
An alarming number of youth smokers are choosing flavored tobacco products...products that experts say make it easier to start smoking and harder to quit.
You can't smoke it, but you might want to inject tobacco to protect you against the flu.
To set a good example the Wichita Falls-Wichita County Health District is now tobacco free.