The label changes include new font along with pointless and misleading information.
For now, the FDA is targeting the vaping products that are most popular with teenagers. But the industry still faces a potentially devastating regulatory deadline.
In response to intense opposition from vapers and the industry, the Trump administration has recalibrated its plan.
E-cigarettes are under attack, but they are a safer way to consume nicotine than conventional smoking, says Jacob Sullum.
Targeting CBD companies that make spurious health claims is one thing. Going after culinary experimentation is ridiculous.
The court was correct to reject most of the arguments, but was too dismissive of the First Amendment concerns.
A new review essay in Science warns of the dangers of prohibitionist thinking
CTPharma's collaboration with Yale researchers seems to be the first clinical trial involving U.S.-grown marijuana that is not supplied by the federal government.
The distinction the presidential adviser draws between e-cigarettes and other vaping devices contradicts the FDA's understanding of its authority.
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As the FDA Prepares to Ban E-Cigarette Flavors, the Government's Own Data Contradict Wild Claims About Adolescent Nicotine Addiction
The ban's supporters falsely claim that "a whole generation of young people" is "addicted to these products."
A new poll suggests it does—and campaign officials agree, leading the administration to consider exempting more flavors.
The Belated Approval of a Harm-Reduction Claim for Smokeless Tobacco Highlights the Potentially Deadly Impact of FDA Censorship
The FDA finally has agreed to allow a mild statement about the relative hazards of snus and cigarettes.
The company says it will sell only tobacco, mint, and menthol pods unless and until the FDA officially approves other varieties.
Congressional Hearings Conflate Vaping With Smoking, Legal E-Cigarettes With Black-Market THC Products
Democratic legislators ignore the tremendous harm-reducing potential of smoke-free nicotine delivery.
Vague lung disease warnings tar harm-reducing e-cigarettes while obscuring the role of black-market cannabis products.
The FDA Plans To Ban Flavored E-Cigarettes Based on a Nonexistent 'Epidemic' of Adolescent Nicotine Addiction
A new study indicates that heavy vaping remains rare among teenagers who don't smoke.
Federal drug prohibition played a big role in creating the opioid crisis. Unfortunately, the government is also slowing the spread of one possible solution to it.
Citing respiratory diseases associated with black-market THC products, the state is banning legal e-cigarettes that are far less hazardous than the conventional kind.
Contrary to the evidence, public health officials and journalists continue to link the recent outbreak of respiratory illnesses with legal e-cigarettes.
Supervisor Shamann Walton thinks he can use restrictions on commercial speech to suppress political speech.
Survey Suggests Lung Disease Misinformation Has Compounded Confusion About the Hazards of E-Cigarettes
If that confusion drives vapers back to smoking or discourages others from making the switch, it will have deadly consequences.
Compelling Testimony Against Michigan's Ban on Flavored E-Cigarettes Highlights the Deadly Folly of the Vaping Crackdown
The real "public health crisis" is not underage vaping but the one that Michigan, New York, and the FDA are about to create.
Banning the flavors that former smokers overwhelmingly prefer is a strange way to protect public health.
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo and other prohibitionists continue to conflate the two issues.
As the popularity of e-cigarettes has exploded, smoking rates among high school students have reached record lows.
By dramatically reducing the harm-reducing alternatives to conventional cigarettes, the plan is likely to result in more smoking-related disease and death.
Study Finds That the Vast Majority of Respiratory Diseases in Vapers Are Linked to Illegal THC Products
Among patients in Illinois and Wisconsin, 83 percent admitted vaping cannabis extracts bought on the black market.
The findings reinforce the suspicion that patients' symptoms are caused largely by additives or contaminants in black-market THC products.
Federal Investigators Think Black-Market Vaping Products, Not Legal E-Cigarettes, Are to Blame for Respiratory Illnesses
While the specific causes remain unclear, contaminants and adulterants in illegal vapes look like the most likely explanation.
Federal Health Agency Engages in Baseless Scaremongering by Linking 'Severe Lung Illness' to 'E-Cigarette Aerosol'
What do respiratory conditions in people who vaped black-market cannabis extracts tell us about the hazards of Juul?
That's the opposite of the fear underlying the FDA's crackdown on e-cigarettes.
Ursula Wing sold abortion drugs to U.S. customers and is now charged with conspiracy to defraud the United States.
The same federal agency that has led a crackdown on vaping is now trying to make smoking even less appealing.
Two Senators With Business Degrees Want the FDA to Tell Doctors They Should Not Treat Chronic Pain With Opioids
The FDA Opioid Labeling Accuracy Act would aggravate the widespread problem of involuntary dose reductions and patient abandonment.
Cannabidiol products are legal for sale and consumption, but adding it to other things is somehow forbidden.
The sale of cannabidiol-infused food and drink is still against the law, even as entrepreneurs flout those restrictions across the country.
Restrictionists once again discover that draconian rules aren’t enough to overcome people unwilling to obey.
The opinion stems from an injunction currently preventing Texas from importing sodium thiopental.
Psychonautical Journalist Michael Pollan Says the FDA, Not Voters, Should Decide Who Gets to Use Psilocybin
The approach Pollan prefers will not get us to the destination he says he wants to reach.
The Right to Try movement, which recently became federal law, allows doctors to prescribe experimental treatments that haven't been approved for sale by regulators.
Seeking to Clarify Its Opioid Prescribing Guidelines, CDC Joins FDA in Decrying 'Mandated or Abrupt Dose Reduction'
The CDC's advice has been widely interpreted as requiring involuntary tapering of medication so it does not exceed an arbitrary threshold.
The Percentage of Americans Who Understand That Vaping Is Less Dangerous Than Smoking Continues to Fall
Years of mealy-mouthed, misleading, and mendacious statements by activists, government officials, and journalists have taken a toll on the truth.