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But vaping–using a handheld vaporizer that draws on liquid typically packed with nicotine–is up, which raises new issues.
Faye has problems of her own: a distant son, medical bills, and itches for gambling and nicotine.
An officer stopped a 16-year-old who was urinating in bushes on the 900 block of Madison Street at 6:38 p.m. June 13, and found the boy had a nicotine vape pen and a vape pen containing marijuana oil.
The pods that users plug into the device, with the nicotine liquid, come in flavors like mango and berry.
Before the Metropolitan Transportation Authority started a two-year, nearly $200 million renovation of Grand Central in 1996, the entire ceiling had this unwanted finish, which came mostly from cigarette tar and nicotine.
Advertisements reviewed by The Chronicle offer specifics about Juul’s vaping device, stating that the product contains an addictive chemical, nicotine.
Mylan falls after generic prices hurt profit, Novo Nordisk is poised to revive growth with new diabetes medicine and other countries mull nicotine cuts in the new movement against smoking.
The iffy bullpen has turned late innings into boom times for family cuss jars and stores that sell nicotine patches.
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: a poisonous substance in tobacco that makes it difficult for people to stop smoking cigarettes
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