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Coronavirus Has Closed Vape Shops, but Left Cigarettes Readily Available Coronavirus Has Closed Vape Shops, but Left Cigarettes Readily Available

Coronavirus Has Closed Vape Shops, but Left Cigarettes Readily Available

By 2 months ago

As cities across the country have shut down in hopes of slowing the coronavirus, a few “essential” services have been allowed to remain open. Banks can fulfill financial needs. Restaurants can offer takeout. Pharmacies can have pain relievers on the shelves. One type of business that has not always been allowed to stay running: vape

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Coronavirus: Does smoking or vaping put you at higher risk? Coronavirus: Does smoking or vaping put you at higher risk?

Coronavirus: Does smoking or vaping put you at higher risk?

By 2 months ago

The number of cases of coronavirus has nearly reached 200,000 around the globe, yet there is still a significant amount unknown about the covid-19 virus.  For example, scientists have not yet confirmed whether individuals who have contracted the virus then become immune to it, or whether it is possible to become reinfected.  The same is…

Coronavirus: Volunteers in Ireland rally to help vulnerable people in self-isolation Coronavirus: Volunteers in Ireland rally to help vulnerable people in self-isolation

Coronavirus: Volunteers in Ireland rally to help vulnerable people in self-isolation

By 2 months ago

Volunteers in Ireland have rallied on social media to provide support for the most vulnerable as the government ramps up plans to battle the spread of covid-19. Thousands of Good Samaritans took to Twitter using the hashtag #Selfisolationhelp to offer assistance and run errands such as grocery shopping for those asked to self-isolate. Samantha Kelly,…

Coronavirus: Teacher devises genius hack to ensure pupils wash their hands Coronavirus: Teacher devises genius hack to ensure pupils wash their hands

Coronavirus: Teacher devises genius hack to ensure pupils wash their hands

By 2 months ago

A teacher has come up with a genius hack to ensure that her pupils wash their hands in a bid to stop the spread of coronavirus. Shauna Woods, 29, who teaches at Hallsville Schools in Hallsville, Missouri, uses a custom stamp with the enscription: “Mrs. Woods” to keep her name on the books in her…

Vaping additive blamed for outbreak produces ‘exceptionally toxic’ byproducts Vaping additive blamed for outbreak produces ‘exceptionally toxic’ byproducts

Vaping additive blamed for outbreak produces ‘exceptionally toxic’ byproducts

By 2 months ago

The threat of vape lung seems to have receded to the distant past now that we are all facing the coronavirus, but new research has shed light on the nature of that much more limited epidemic. It turns out vitamin E acetate, the vape fluid additive until now merely associated with lung damage, converts into…

Vaping additive blamed for outbreak produces ‘exceptionally toxic’ byproducts Vaping additive blamed for outbreak produces ‘exceptionally toxic’ byproducts

Vaping additive blamed for outbreak produces ‘exceptionally toxic’ byproducts

By 2 months ago

The threat of vape lung seems to have receded to the distant past now that we are all facing the coronavirus, but new research has shed light on the nature of that much more limited epidemic. It turns out vitamin E acetate, the vape fluid additive until now merely associated with lung damage, converts into…

Coronavirus: Nightclub to become food warehouse to help most vulnerable Coronavirus: Nightclub to become food warehouse to help most vulnerable

Coronavirus: Nightclub to become food warehouse to help most vulnerable

By 2 months ago

Studio 338 in London, one of the UK’s largest nightclubs, has announced the venue will be turned into a giant warehouse in a bid to help the most vulnerable during the coronavirus outbreak. Perched on the banks of the River Thames, the 3,000 capacity Ibiza-style club plays host to some of the biggest names in electronic music. But…

Coronavirus: 12 of your questions answered by experts Coronavirus: 12 of your questions answered by experts

Coronavirus: 12 of your questions answered by experts

By 2 months ago

(The answers below are for general guidance only. They are not a substitute for personal advice given by your own doctor, or other professional.) 1) AnneThere are three of us in our home – my husband (70s), myself (60s) and our disabled son (30s). We are following the protocols recommended by the HSE and we now…

World Parkinson’s Day: What are the symptoms of the condition and how can it be treated? World Parkinson’s Day: What are the symptoms of the condition and how can it be treated?

World Parkinson’s Day: What are the symptoms of the condition and how can it be treated?

By 2 months ago

Parkinson’s disease is the world’s second most common neurodegenerative disorder, behind Alzheimer’s disease. Each year, the international community comes together on World Parkinson’s Day, 11 April, to raise awareness of the illness. April is also Parkinson’s disease awareness month, with events taking place across the globe to raise vital funds for research into better treatments,…

Parents of woman who died by suicide share mental illness diary to help others feel “less alone” Parents of woman who died by suicide share mental illness diary to help others feel “less alone”

Parents of woman who died by suicide share mental illness diary to help others feel “less alone”

By 3 months ago

The parents of a young woman who took her own life after a series of mental health problems have shared extracts from a diary they kept in the months prior to her death.  Tia Tuck, 23, was found dead at her home in Mepal, Cambridgeshire, in 2018. She had emotionally unstable personality disorder – also…

Storz & Bickel sidesteps Apple’s vaping app ban Storz & Bickel sidesteps Apple’s vaping app ban

Storz & Bickel sidesteps Apple’s vaping app ban

By 3 months ago

Users of Storz & Bickel’s vaporizers can once again connect their vapes to iPhones. The company’s solution comes several months after Apple enacted a ban on apps for tobacco and cannabis vaporizers. This time around, Storz & Bickel turned to a web app to provide iPhone users with expanded controls over their vapes. I found…

Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month: What are the symptoms and how is it treated? Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month: What are the symptoms and how is it treated?

Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month: What are the symptoms and how is it treated?

By 3 months ago

In March, Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month is observed in an effort to raise awareness of the condition. Ovarian cancer is the sixth most common form of cancer among women, Cancer Research states, accounting for four per cent of all new cancer cases for female patients in the UK in 2016 (latest data). Here is everything you…

Friends, High Fidelity, Party of Five: Why are we so obsessed with Nineties reboots? Friends, High Fidelity, Party of Five: Why are we so obsessed with Nineties reboots?

Friends, High Fidelity, Party of Five: Why are we so obsessed with Nineties reboots?

By 3 months ago

A middle-aged man walks into a record store and asks to buy a copy of Stevie Wonder’s “I Just Called to Say I Love You”. They have it in stock – but the sales assistant, Barry (Jack Black), is too cool to sell it to him. The best place to find that “tacky and sentimental…

Unilever to stop targeting children with ice cream adverts Unilever to stop targeting children with ice cream adverts

Unilever to stop targeting children with ice cream adverts

By 3 months ago

Food giant Unilever will no longer advertise its ice creams directly to children under 12. The company, which owns Wall’s and Ben & Jerry’s ice cream brands, has announced it will stop using cartoon characters, celebrities and social media stars “who primarily appeal” to young children. It will also stop marketing and advertising foods and…

Baby ‘first in world’ to be born from eggs matured in lab and frozen Baby ‘first in world’ to be born from eggs matured in lab and frozen

Baby ‘first in world’ to be born from eggs matured in lab and frozen

By 3 months ago

A baby has reportedly become the first in the world to be born after a woman’s eggs were matured in a laboratory before being frozen. In a letter published in cancer journal Annals of Oncology, French fertility doctors explained that a baby boy was born to a 34-year-old woman five years after her eggs were…

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