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Study: Nearly 80 Percent of Youth Feel Safe Vaping Despite Federal Ban

Blog | February 5, 2020

Despite tragic deaths, countless health risks, and a recent ban by the Food and Drug Administration, most young Americans are still stuck in their vaping habits. According to a recent study, by Harmony Healthcare, nearly 80% of Americans between 18 and 38 years old aren’t concerned about the negative health effects that come with actively…

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VAPING UPDATE: Death Toll Continue to Climb Amid FDA Warnings

Blog | January 13, 2020

Vaping has become a widespread trend, particularly among teens and young crowds. With the astounding increase of e-cigarette and vaping product use comes concerning statistics. The most recent statistics reveal that American vaping-related deaths has risen to 33 nationwide. In the last 6 months alone, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has “linked vaping…

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Congress is Raising the Legal Age to Buy Vaping Products from 18 to 21

Blog | January 3, 2020

The House of Representatives passed a $1.4 trillion spending package of which includes prohibiting the sales of cigarettes, vape pens, cigars, and any other tobacco products to customers under the age of 21. The legislation is now on its way to the Senate, where it’s expected to have President Donald Trump sign it into law….

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Important Facts You Need to Know About Juul

Blog | December 27, 2019

Juul and other e-cigarette manufacturers have been under fire the last few months as new reports continue to outline the health risks and more injury cases and deaths come into the spotlight. While the news has covered a lot about the risk of vaping, there are some significant facts everyone should know to help combat…

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Ronald Johnson Represents the Bullitt County Board of Education in Vape Case

Blog | December 9, 2019

Earlier this month The Bullitt County Board of Education filed a lawsuit against Juul, making them the first district in the state to go after the vape manufacturer. HJVE partner Ronald Johnson will be representing the school district in the case. Ronald Johnson told the Courier-Journal, The Bullitt County Board of Education “has shown that…

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What Damages Are Available in Kentucky Truck Accident Cases?

Blog | November 25, 2019

The trucking industry is a critical component to our economy. With thousands of trucks on the road each day, it is inevitable that accidents can and do happen. In fact, nearly 350,000 Americans are involved in a truck accident each year. Given the size of trucks in transit, these accidents can be devastating. The physical,…

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Study Finds Even Amid CDC Warnings, Teens are Still Vaping in Record Numbers

Blog | November 14, 2019

E-cigarettes and vape pens were introduced as a way to help adult smokers quit smoking. Unfortunately,that has not been the reality of who is using vape pens.Thanks to enticing marketing campaigns by manufacturers like Juul, younger generations have taken to using e-cigarettes and vape pens without realizing they contain nicotine or understanding the inherent risks….

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