He sent teachers to investigate. This week, Food and Drug Administration commissioner Dr. Scott Gottlieb declared e-cigarette use an epidemic among teens. He told manufacturers to come up with a plan within the next two months for discouraging teen use of vaping products, and threatened to ban all flavored vaping products. Although some companies have said they were trying to make it clear their products are for adults only, Gottlieb said it looked to him more like an exercise in public relations and not a real attempt to stop selling to children and adolescents.
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If not, then you should grab a bag of cheese puffs and watch Teen Mom 2 , because in tonight's two brand-new episodes, we learned that anything is possible. We're not just talking about Chelsea paying her own rent. Thanks to some tasty snacks, Leah and Corey 's baby Ali finally stands on her own two feet…. Leah: Leah and Corey continue to take baby Ali to "scary appointments," including a physical therapist who recommends leg splints and a geneticist who tells the confused couple off camera—the nerve! Just when Leah admits she's "losing hope," Ali stands up for her snack-wielding grandma. Who needs doctors when you have the Cheese Puff Method?
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Shadel told F atherly. For the study RAND researchers built a simulated convenience store, complete with a wall of cigarettes, to reflect where most teen tobacco cigarette purchases occur. A total of kids between the ages of 11 and 17, each surveyed to determine their smoking risk, were then asked to shop in the store. Depending on randomized assignment, the poster was either near the cigarette wall, at the register, at both the register and cigarette wall, or not present at all. After shopping, study participants were asked a series of questions, including the likelihood that they would smoke in the future.
Bug bites and stings are, for the most part, no more unpleasant than a homework assignment — kind of annoying but basically harmless. Occasionally, though, an insect bite or sting can cause serious problems. So you should know when a simple ice pack can bring some relief and when a visit to the local hospital is in order. For most people, being stung by a bee is a minor nuisance.