Pima County is looking to expand its tough anti-tobacco rules.
Nothing in Arizona law precludes using an electronic cigarette where real cigarettes are banned.
The proposal would include all UA property, indoors and out.
Q: My dad gave me these seven plates and I just keep them boxed. Can you tell me anything about them?
The Sweet Violet tobacco tin sold for $6,600 recently at Morphy Auctions.
Women who are current smokers and use an Android smartphone may be eligible to take part in a University of Arizona study on women who want to quit smoking but are worried about weight gain.
Arizona, it’s time for our pharmacies — resources for health and wellness — to get out of the tobacco trade.
The following editorial appeared Friday in the Los Angeles Times:
About a year ago I was surprised to find out from my daughter that hookah pens were all the rage among the high school crowd.
Arizona’s recent ban on e-cigarette sales to minors may sound sensible, but some lawmakers and health experts believe it’s actually a step in the wrong direction.
I was deeply disappointed to see the front-page article in the Star regarding the popularity of hookah smoking (“Hookah lounges proliferate as UA students kick back,” Oct. 11).
TEA PARTY REPUBLICANS SHUT DOWN UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT WITHOUT HIJACKING AIRLINERS
I enjoyed our weekend in Bisbee. We were there to enjoy a rocking blues festival and count the ponytails held in place with orthopedic hair bands.
The argument against action in Syria can be summed up in one word: Iraq-Nam-istan.
Sunnyside’s schools superintendent is no longer pursuing Chapter 7 bankruptcy after officials said he miscalculated his disposable income and actually had enough money to buy a pocket calculator and some Ad…
The following editorial appeared in the Chicago Tribune:
Luxor Cafe is out, Petra Mediterranean Grill is in in central Tucson space.
Tucson police are looking for a man suspected of stealing thousands of dollars worth of cigarettes from several northwest-side Circle K stores.
Pima County properties are going tobacco-free on Jan. 1.
Researchers at the University of Arizona are looking for licensed massage therapists to participate in a study about tobacco use.