According to a recent article published by WBALTV, the investigative efforts of Chief National Investigative Correspondent Mark Albert have revealed that despite strong efforts to curtail teen vaping, use continues to rise. Over 1 in 4 teenagers has tried vaping. That statistic is staggering when considering that a few years ago, teen consumption of nicotine […]
End Vaping developed a video and meme/GIF contest, in partnership with SADD and Anapol Weiss Foundation, to bring awareness to the dangers of vaping and e-cigarettes to our nation’s youth. Students from schools with SADD chapters submitted memes and short video blogs (vlogs) to educate their peers in a creative way. The vlogs include current […]
SADD & EndVaping are partnering to bring awareness to the dangers of vaping & e-cigarettes. To enter the contest, students will submit a meme or short vlog educating their peers on the dangers of vaping & e-cigarette use.
Anapol Weiss shareholder Tracy Finken’s Interview: Lawsuits Target E-Cig Makers as Teen Vaping Jumps
Anapol Weiss shareholder Tracy Finken was interviewed by NBC10 Philadelphia for this weekend’s segment on #vaping. Tracy and Rosemary discuss the epidemic, and how our firm is helping clients who have been adversely affected by e-cigarette use. If you missed it live, check out the full interview at at NBC Philadelphia.
Tracy Finken, partner at Anapol Weiss, discusses #vaping injuries among minors and our school presentations that help bring awareness to the nationwide issue of underage vaping on Fox5 DC.
Tracy Finken joins Yahoo Finance to discuss President Trump’s Stance on Banning Flavored E-cigarettes…
Highlight: “It’s really disappointing that President Trump has done a policy shift on this issue,” says Tracy Finken, Partner at Anapol Weiss on the president rolling back his vaping ban. “One in four high school students has vaped in the past 30 days.”
In Her Interview with KTVU, Tracy Finken Talks About JUUL Lawsuits and What Needs to be Done to Keep More Teens From Becoming Addicted.
Scientists say they're also worried about vaping's effect on teenage brains. Potential problems include attention disorders like ADHD, impulse control issues and susceptibility to substance abuse.
CDC Report, "Outbreak of Lung Disease Associated with E-Cigarette Use, or Vaping" identifies more than 380 possible cases of lung illness reported from e-cigarette, or vaping use.
Published in NEJM Journal Watch, September 2019. The FDA has found significant amounts of vitamin E acetate in most of the tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) vaping products tested from people who've become ill with severe respiratory illness.