According to a U.S. study from the University of Rochester, the majority of children living in apartments were exposed to smoke even though they did not live with smokers. The cigarette smoke from other tenants came through the walls and venting system in the form of secondhand smoke.
A research study has found that Camel Orbs, a product being test marketed by tobacco company R. J. Reynolds, closely resemble the breath mint Tic Tacs. Harvard researchers say if they are accidently ingested by children, this "tobacco candy" could poison them.
The Food and Drug Administration has been given the authority to regulate tobacco sales in the United States, especially among our vulnerable young. Now, we need to make sure this law is enforced so future generations do not die prematurely due to smoking-related diseases and cancers.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has been given the federal power to implement countrywide rules that bans the sale and marketing of tobacco products to children and teenagers and provides restrictions in other areas of the tobacco and cigarette business.
Thanks Sam! Best article I've read in a little while :)
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