Health Rewind: Air Pollution Kills More Minorities Than Whites

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Lawmakers Put Smack Down on E-Cig Companies

Eleven members of Congress recently published a report with federal recommendations on electronic cigarettes, some of which included banning the sales of e-cigarettes to anyone under 18 and including information about vapor dangers as part of all ads, Time.com says. The CDC recently found that 1.78 million children and teens smoked an e-cig in 2012. 

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