Tag Archives: Americans

Poll Finds Many Young Americans Think Vaping is Safe

FRIDAY, Sept. 27, 2019 — Despite an outbreak of severe lung illnesses and deaths linked to vaping, many young Americans consider e-cigarettes harmless, a new poll shows. More than 20% of 18- to 38-year-olds called vaping harmless and nonaddictive; nearly 30% said flavored e-cigarettes do less damage to the lungs than unflavored ones. The nationwide… Read More »

Colorado couple: We were sickened at same Dominican Republic resort where 3 Americans died

Kaylynn Knull, 29, and her boyfriend Tom Schwander, 33, filed a lawsuit earlier this year against the owners of Grand Bahia Principe Hotel La Romana, blaming them for causing their sickness in June 2018. In an interview with CNN, Knull said the recent deaths of a Maryland couple and a Pennsylvania woman within days of… Read More »

Viewpoints: Can All This Talk About Tradeoffs Stop Progress On Health Care?; Mass Shootings By Americans Are The Real National Emergency

Opinion writers weigh in on these health topics and others. The New York Times: How Much Will Americans Sacrifice For Good Health Care? It’s been nearly 10 years since the passage of the Affordable Care Act — one of the most sweeping health care overhauls in the nation’s history. The law has brought the number… Read More »