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E-Cigarettes May Produce Toxins After All

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May 4, 2014
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Two new studies suggest some e-cigarette devices may generate the same deadly toxins as regular cigarettes. Video provided by Newsy


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NYC Bans E-Cigarettes from Restaurants, Parks

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AP (Apr. 29, 2014) — A New York City law takes effect Tuesday treating electronic cigarettes and nicotine vaporizing devices with the same restrictions as traditional cigarettes. Just like cigarettes, e-cigarettes are banned from bars, restaurants and public parks. (April 29) Video provided by AP
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Drug Delivery May Make Transformation in Light of Marijuana Economy

Drug Delivery May Make Transformation in Light of Marijuana Economy

TheStreet (May 9, 2014) — Drug delivery may forever be transformed in the U.S. now that pot is legal in some states. Panelists discussing the cannabis economy at a recent Milken Institute touted vaporizing devices as a more effective way to ingest medicine because it hits the bloodstream directly and bypasses the stomach. Vaporizing penicillin, for example would be through a mist or vapor and does not involve smoking or fire. A study found carcinogenic toxins in cannabis smoke, indicating the harm in the burning plant matter. Video provided by TheStreet
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Well Results Raise Worry in N.C. Hamlet

Well Results Raise Worry in N.C. Hamlet

AP (June 17, 2014) — For decades, families in Dukeville, North Carolina have wondered why a seemingly disproportionate number of the population has died of cancer and suffered from other ailments. Now, locals are worried there may be toxins in their well water. (June 17) Video provided by AP
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Stinky Feet Help Scientists Swat Mosquitoes

Stinky Feet Help Scientists Swat Mosquitoes

AP (June 4, 2013) — Chemicals which produce the stench of cheesy feet are helping a team of scientists in London produce a potent tool to fight malarial mosquitoes.
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