Other countries are also considering bans on tobacco product sales, similar to a pioneering law now axed in a deal by New Zealand’s right-wing coalition.
As talks for an international plastics treaty advance at a UN summit in Kenya, little is known about the long-term health risks of the ubiquitous material.
The agency said food and sugar industry trade groups and nutrition influencers failed to adequately disclose who was behind paid advertising.
We sat down with ecologist Micaela Martinez to talk about harmful products that disproportionately affect women of color as a rising frontier of environmental justice.
As taxes aimed at reducing sugary drink consumption have been adopted around the world, health advocates face familiar pushback from the sweetened-beverage industry.
We talk to the author of the book behind Netflix’s new docuseries on e-cigarette company Juul about the corporate and regulatory missteps that helped fuel a teen vaping crisis.
The tobacco giant is accused of violating French public health law in its marketing strategy for IQOS heated tobacco products.
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New research surveys tainted household products and analyzes worldwide toll of the dangerous chemical, urging governments to expand blood testing for lead poisoning.
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Registered dietitians are being paid to post videos that promote diet soda, sugar and supplements on Instagram and TikTok.
While the tobacco epidemic continues to kill millions each year, the industry is making big bets on new products and emerging global economies.
From baby bottles to nonstick pans, U.S. regulators often discover health risks decades after items are released.
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For two decades, China Tobacco has undermined a landmark anti-smoking treaty. Millions more deaths are predicted as a result.