Posts Tagged ‘children’

October 28th, 2019

USC study implicates flavored e-cigs in teen vaping epidemic

Researchers found that 64% of teens using flavored e-cigs were still vaping six months later, compared to 43% who used more traditional flavors Contact: Leigh Hopper, lhopper@usc.edu or (310) 308-0405 A new study has found that teens who vape candy- or fruit-flavored e-cigarettes are more likely to stick with the habit and vape more heavily, […]

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October 22nd, 2019

New study examines how diet contributes to toxic exposure for pregnant women and children

Researchers found that the higher the fish consumption, the higher the levels of toxic chemicals in both pregnant women and their children. They also found consumption of non-organic fruits and vegetables is a major source of exposure to pesticides. Contact: Jenesse Miller at (213) 810-8554 or jenessem@usc.edu Which foods are the healthiest, and which cause […]

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