Listen: US, Pam Coulter And Jan Johnson Washington discussed on KYW 24 Hour News
"Public health. Experts say a sharp increase in teen tobacco. Use is related directly to e cigarettes ficials at the centers for disease control, call it troubling news. The number of teenage tobacco users spiked by one point three million in a single year. The biggest jump in teen use of tobacco products since the CDC started taking stock twenty years ago and leap so profound. It has wiped out recent progress in getting the youngest tobacco users to kick the habit or avoid starting entirely the report specifically singles out the e cigarette giant jewel as a contributing factor. Jan Johnson Washington. New report shows two thousand eighteen was a great year for higher education, stock market gains tax law changes turned out to be a boon for US colleges and universities. They brought in a record forty six point seven billion dollars in donations in the last fiscal year. A survey found giving increased by more than seven percent in fiscal twenty eighteen Harvard Stanford and Columbia each raised more than a billion dollars, the top ten schools by total donations represent less than one percent of all US colleges and universities. Pam coulter. CBS news, the annual Westminster kennel club dog"