anti-smoking

Smoking out vaping spots doesn’t do enough for teens

Teenagers aren’t exactly known for their restraint and self-control. That’s why restricting their privacy isn’t likely to slow down their nicotine consumption any time soon.Continue...

Electronic cigarette companies not responsible for youth consumption

E-cigarettes like Juuls pose health concerns, but their popularity shouldn’t penalize the companies that created them.Continue...

Smoking ban won’t positively impact universities

Banning smoking on university campuses may create more problems than it actually solves.Continue...

AMS Assembly debates making Queen’s campus smoke-free

Kicking off this Wednesday’s AMS Assembly in Wallace Hall, guest speaker Swati Naidu from the Ontario Public Health Unit began with an address on the move towards making Queen’s a smoke-free campus.Continue...

Tobacco summit recommends national cabinet

Over the weekend, Queen’s held a summit to discuss strategies to reduce the use of commercial tobacco in Canada to below five percent by 2035.Continue...