Surprise: A viral study is junk science.
The Public Health Department wants to ban a common tattooing process. Artists say that the concern is unscientific and harmful to clients.
N.Y. Food Police Shut Down a 7-Year-Old's Lemonade Stand. This Bill Makes Sure They Can't Do It Again.
"Kids like Brendan Mulvaney are trying to give people sweet lemonade and learn some important business skills but the overzealous state bureaucrats just keep giving taxpayers lemons."
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.
But Justice Department officials want to stop them.
The upshot could be more smoking-related disease and death.
Those who continued to smoke cut their cigarette consumption in half.
A randomized clinical study adds to the evidence that e-cigarettes are far less hazardous than the conventional kind.
After a harm reduction advocate slammed a hardy but misleading factoid, users who retweeted his message complained that they had been shadowbanned.
Past-month vaping did not predict experimentation with cigarettes in a large sample of teenagers.
One survey shows cigarette use holding steady, while another shows it continuing to fall.
Ending the spread of HIV is within our reach, but the administration's approach to opioid abuse is a problem.
Occupational licensing programs deprive people of livelihoods and often don't improve public health.
In order to fight obesity, a U.K. health agency wants calorie caps on everything.
Success attributed to tools like naloxone, not punitive drug wars.
In the name of fighting "the epidemic of youth e-cigarette use," Jerome Adams wants to raise prices and ban indoor vaping.
Is e-cigarette use by teenagers a public health disaster or a public health boon?
The city's Staple Food Ordinance mandates that stores carry products customers don't want.
Declines in Adolescent Smoking Accelerated As Vaping Rose, Suggesting the FDA's Campaign Is Fatally Misguided
Even among teenagers, efforts to prevent underage e-cigarette use may do more harm than good.
The health burden on adults who continue smoking far outweighs the risks for teenagers who vape.
The FDA's decree will make vaping less appealing and less accessible to smokers interested in switching.
The company's plan to prevent underage vaping, which includes limits on constitutionally protected speech, goes beyond what the FDA is expected to require.
The new rule, aimed at preventing underage consumption, threatens public health by making vaping less appealing and less accessible to adult smokers.
Food and Drug Commissioner Scott Gottlieb's claims about an "epidemic" of underage vaping are hard to evaluate without access to the survey results he cites.
It's just the latest development in the FDA's war on vaping.
Former Gov. Ed Rendell says he's willing to defy the feds and risk arrest to reduce overdose deaths.
A new Public Health England report suggests the U.S. has fallen far behind in taking advantage of this harm-reducing alternative.
Anita and Jim McHaney are suing to overturn "preposterous" regulations on cottage food production.
His argument: If San Francisco lets people shoot up, they won't be able to order them into drug treatment through the courts.
The senator's claim is based on some highly implausible assumptions.
The agency is willing to sacrifice the lives of adult smokers in the name of preventing adolescent vaping.
Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein condemns "havens" for drug users, notwithstanding their proven benefits.
When life hands you lemons, call the health department to complain.
Tenants are challenging a HUD rule that requires local public housing authorities across the country to prohibit people from smoking in their homes.
In this sample of nearly 19,000, moving from smoking to vaping was much more common than the reverse.
If you don't want a black market in booze to develop, keep the tax man on a leash and regulators in check.
Chittenden County State's Attorney Sarah George will no longer prosecute misdemeanor buprenorphine cases.
Bans on E-Cigarette Flavors Can't Be Justified by the 'Wildfire Spread' of Adolescent Vaping, Which Seems to Be Declining
Bans like San Francisco's hurt smokers by making the potentially lifesaving switch to vaping less attractive.
After years of being blamed for weight gain and metabolic issues, zero-calorie sweeteners and the drinks they flavor are being absolved.
Scott Gottlieb claims requiring the numbers on menus "does reduce overall caloric intake," which the research does not show.