18 Burst results for "Mark Rubinstein"

"mark rubinstein" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

04:39 min | 2 years ago

"mark rubinstein" Discussed on KCBS All News

"On the street address out sex workers victory provided are intimidated at running from the SF PD tells KCBS their current policy protects all San Franciscans from violence, including sex workers, but mission resident Tessa Brown says that's hard to believe when the cops go after prostitutes have killed sex workers police are can be sex offenders. So we reject the police as the the move to make sex workers are any women more. Safe. The group storm the front entrance of the mission. Police station to handle liberal letter that demands an end to the sex work abatement unit and ask that money be spent on resources to help women get out of sex work, if they choose so at the mission police station Carrie Hodousek KCBS the DMV will get a new leader on December thirty first governor. Jerry Brown has designated Bill Davidson as acting director Davidson has served as the DMV's chief deputy director since two thousand sixteen and has worked to the agency for sixteen years. Current director Jean Shimono announced plans that she will retire at the end of the year. Her departure follows a tumultuous year for the that included hours long lines DMV offices and a series of errors related to the automatic voter registration program an off-duty Oakland cop may have shot himself on Saturday night. San Leandro PD Lieutenant Isaac Benhamou tells KCBS the shooting occurred in a parking lot of the bay fair mall. They now believe that the officer's gun discharge while it was being removed from the holster. The officer was hit in the upper chest. I don't think that the fact that it's the holidays or in a shopping mall. I think it anytime any place there's a concern for a weapon being discharged a puppet. Play handed lasts report. The officer was still hospitalized in stable condition. Criminal charges could be filed against him. An off-duty California Department of corrections employees dropped a gun and it accidentally fired Sunday afternoon. No one was injured had happened outside the cinnabon store at the Sun Valley mall. The corrections employee contacted concord police to let investigators know what happened what's happening to Santa's as historic murals KCBS. Matt Bigler says several art workers on the city's east side say that they've disappeared many disappeared much of the work created by Latino artists. You may remember back in August. We told you about the beloved mural de LA Raza being suddenly covered over with gray paint. It sparked public outrage on San Jose's Z side for it to be taken down overnight without the proper thirties. I mean, it is really heartbreaking at the time. Mario Machel told KPI x five more than than just a painting. It's represents a our culture. It turns out that wasn't the only case of disappearing mural in San Jose. According to the Mercury News at least five of the city's dozen or so Latino murals have been either lost painted over or removed in the past five years. And in some cases, it may be illegal under state and federal law artists must be given advance notice before their work is altered or removed earlier this year, a judge awarded over six million dollars to twenty one graffiti artists in New York whose work was destroyed. Matt Bigler KCBS as many high school students. Vapes. Nicotine this year compared to last year KCBS John Bristow reports on the latest survey of teens. Smoking drinking and drug use the survey funded by the National Institute of drug abuse for the university of Michigan says it was the largest single year increase in the surveys, forty four year history far surpassing amid nineteen seventy surgeon pot-smoking, what's the attraction, partly the vaping devices themselves. They're sort of sleek and sexy. But I think the biggest thing is there flavors. I really enticing Dr Mark Rubinstein professor of pediatrics at UCSF who has studied the effects of e cigarette use by teens. He believes teens consider the a lot safer than regular smoking. I definitely think. So I think both the flavors. Make you feel like it safer. I mean, how dangerous could bubble gum or mango be. And Secondly adults are telling them it safer and third. It doesn't smell. It. Doesn't burn your throat doesn't make your hair smell your finger smell as for the government regulations on these things. Well, I have not much to be honest. So I I do think they need to take firmer action. While the study found drops in. Teen use of alcohol cigarettes and recreational drugs except pot vaping of nicotine products by the students nearly doubled from last year to this year. John Bristow KCBS,.

KCBS John Bristow KCBS officer Matt Bigler San Jose DMV Nicotine Bill Davidson San Leandro Tessa Brown Carrie Hodousek concord police Mercury News Jean Shimono Sun Valley mall Jerry Brown California director Lieutenant Isaac Benhamou Dr Mark Rubinstein
"mark rubinstein" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:55 min | 2 years ago

"mark rubinstein" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Will get great great health care for people will have to sit down with the Democrats. They wanna do it all the case could work its way to the supreme court. So for now, nothing changes for the twenty million people who rely on the law like Ulta Alger of Austin who was diagnosed with leukemia four years ago, I was actually in the hospital where my sister's help signed me up for ObamaCare. I couldn't even do that myself at the time. And that's the only reason why was able to get coverage. Democrats want to get involved. In fact, House Democratic leader Nancy Pelosi says as soon as Democrats take control of the house in January the house will use its legal resources to intervene in the appeals process. Democrats believe that they're focused on healthcare is a big part of the reason that they. They picked up forty seats in the house. And so they think that this is a fight. That is good for them to have. That is Nancy Cortes reporting tonight. We'll twice as many high school students vape nicotine this year compared to last year KCBS John Bristow reports on the latest survey of teen smoking vaping drinking and drug use the survey funded by the National Institute of drug abuse. For the university of Michigan says it was the largest single year increase in the surveys, forty four year history far surpassing amid nineteen seventy surgeon pot-smoking, what's the attraction, partly the vaping devices themselves. They're sort of sleek and sexy, but I think the biggest thing is their flavors are really enticing. Dr Mark Rubinstein, professor of paediatrics a UCSF who has studied the effects of e cigarette use by teens. He believes teens consider the a lot safer than regular smoking. I definitely think. So I think both the flavors make you feel. I could say for. I mean how dangerous. Could bubble gum mango be. And Secondly adults are telling them it's safer and third. It doesn't smell it. Doesn't your throat doesn't make your hair smell your finger smell as for the government regulations on these things. Well, I have not seen much to be honest. So I I do think they need to take firmer action. While the study found drops teen use of alcohol cigarettes, recreational drugs, except pot vaping of nicotine products by the students nearly doubled from last year to this year. John Bristow KCBS a man was arrested on Friday night after pushing another man over a railing at the kings warriors game in Sacramento police say both men were on the upper deck when the fight broke out thirty nine year old Douglas Seidman was arrested on felony assault. The victim fell ten feet and slammed his head onto the concrete. He suffered major injuries in the last report was in stable condition. KCBS news time eleven thirty six Casey. When I had my brother, take me places. It was always like we have to get there early. So I can smoke a cigarette before we go inside I'm paying I'm a little sister. We always have to stop.

John Bristow nicotine KCBS Dr Mark Rubinstein supreme court Ulta Alger Nancy Pelosi Nancy Cortes National Institute of drug abu university of Michigan Austin UCSF Casey professor Douglas Seidman Sacramento thirty nine year forty four year
"mark rubinstein" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:19 min | 2 years ago

"mark rubinstein" Discussed on KCBS All News

"News time nine eleven thirty sent off to the Oakland. Police officer who suffered a gunshot wound in San Leandro accidentally shot himself while in a mall parking lot. San Leandro police dispatch to an apartment and the foreign block of the avenue regarding a man who had been shot just before nine Saturday evening. San Leandro police Lieutenant Isaac Benhamou tells KCBS at about fifteen minutes before the call officers shot himself in the chest while removing his weapon from his holster in the parking lot obey fair mall. I don't think that the fact that it's the holidays or in a shopping mall. I think any time any place there's a concern for a weapon being discharged in a public place named officer was taken to a local hospital for treatment and remains in stable condition. Twice as many high school students nicotine this year compared with last year KCBS John Bristow reports on the unprecedented jump in a large annual survey of teen smoke. Drinking and drug use the survey funded by the National Institute of drug abuse. For the university of Michigan says it was the largest single year increase in the surveys, forty four year history far surpassing amid nineteen seventy surgeon pot-smoking, what's the attraction. Well, partly the vaping devices themselves. They're sort of sleek and sexy, but I think the biggest thing is their flavors. I really enticing Dr Mark Rubinstein, professor a pediatric UCSF who has studied the effects of e cigarette use by teens. He believes teens consider the a lot safer than regular smoking. I definitely think. So I think both the flavors make you feel like say for. I mean, how dangerous could bubble gum or mango be. And Secondly adults are telling them it's safer and Thirdly, it doesn't smell. It. Doesn't burn your throat doesn't make your hair smell your finger smell as for the government regulations on these things. Well, I have not seen much to be honest. So I do think they need to take firmer action. While the study found drops teen. Use of alcohol cigarettes and recreational drugs except pot vaping of nicotine products by the students nearly doubled from last year to this year. John Bristow KCBS sports coming up next. Are you? Yeah. How would I in express wants to let you in on a little secret? There's still time to get at least twenty percent off at Holiday Inn express.

San Leandro John Bristow Dr Mark Rubinstein nicotine officer KCBS National Institute of drug abu Isaac Benhamou Oakland Holiday Inn university of Michigan UCSF professor fifteen minutes forty four year twenty percent
"mark rubinstein" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

04:25 min | 2 years ago

"mark rubinstein" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Police are can be sex offenders. So we reject the police as the the move to make sex workers or any women. More say SFP details. KCBS their goal is to promote the safety dignity and well-being of all San Franciscans, including sex workers at the mission police station. Carrie, Hodousek KCBI what's happening to San Jose's historic murals. That is what a lot of people are asking on the city's east side were much of the wall. Art was created by Latino painters KCBS as Matt Bigler has more. You may remember back in August. We told you about the Beloit. Loved mural, dela Rosa being suddenly covered over with gray paint. It sparked public outrage on San Jose side for it to be taken down overnight without the proper thirties. I mean, it's really heartbreaking at the time. Mario Machel told KPI five more than than just a painting. It's represents our culture. It turns out that wasn't the only case of a disappearing mural in San Jose. According to the Mercury News at least five of the city's dozen or so Latino murals have been either lost painted over or removed in the past five years. And in some cases, it may be illegal under state and federal law artists must be given advance notice before their work is altered or removed earlier this year, a judge awarded over six million dollars to twenty one graffiti artist in New York, whose work was destroyed. Matt Bigler KCBS some lettuce may not be safe. Again, a farm on California's central coast linked to the massive E coli outbreak involving Romain lettuce has announced a precautionary recall of call. Flour and other types of lettuce Adams brothers farming. And Santa Maria is recalling readily floodis green leaf lettuce and cauliflower harvested at its farm in late November farms has none of the products have tested positive for e-coli. So far, no illnesses have been reported twice as many high school students Vate nicotine this year compared compared with last year. KCBS who's John Bristow reports on the unprecedented jump in a large annual survey of teen smoking drinking and drug use the survey funded by the National Institute of drug abuse. For the university of Michigan says it was the largest single year increase in the surveys, forty four year history far surpassing amid nineteen seventy surgeon pot-smoking, what's the attraction. Well, partly the vaping devices themselves. They're sort of sleek and sexy. But I think the biggest thing is there flavors. I really enticing Dr Mark Rubinstein professor of pediatrics at UCSF who has studied the effects of e cigarette use by teens he believes teens considerably e cigs. A lot safer than regular smoking. I definitely think. So I think both the flavors make you feel like say for. I mean, how dangerous could bubble gum or mango be. And Secondly adults are telling them it's safer and third. It doesn't smell. It. Doesn't burn your throat doesn't make your hair smell your finger smell as for the government regulations on these things. Well, I have not seen much. To be honest. So I I do think they need to take firmer action while the study found drops in teen use of alcohol cigarettes and recreational drugs except pot vaping of nicotine products by the students nearly doubled from last year to this year. John Bristow KCBS, boy what a debt and bad bad day for stocks. Again, we have the money watch. Sponsored by vitucci and associates. Here's Jason lots of uncertainty for investors regarding the Brexit trade war with China, and the fed meeting this week, adding up to another big sell off Dow plummeting five hundred seven points to twenty three thousand five hundred ninety three NASDAQ down one hundred fifty seven points to sixty seven fifty three and the s&p falling fifty four points to twenty five Forty-six small business owners in the bay area are not feeling as good about their prospects as they were a year ago Bank of America's small business banking executive Emily shanks says there's indicates that finding talent is a big challenge. Hiring planets remain in line with the national average. With the current market environment presents the unparalleled struggle when it comes to recruiting and retaining talent. She says Moore businesses are offering flexible, work hours and locations. More time off and higher salaries to recruit workers wild leaning more on social media define those workers. Forty eight percent of small business owners expect the bay area economy to improve over the next twelve months that's down from fifty nine percent a year ago on the MoneyWatch Jason Brooks KCBS. It's maybe, you know, exactly.

San Jose Matt Bigler John Bristow KCBS nicotine San Franciscans Romain lettuce Emily shanks Jason Brooks Mercury News Beloit dela Rosa John Bristow National Institute of drug abu Dr Mark Rubinstein Mario Machel California Hodousek KCBI Carrie university of Michigan Santa Maria
"mark rubinstein" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

06:28 min | 2 years ago

"mark rubinstein" Discussed on KCBS All News

"That matters to you around the bay around the world around the clock on news one. Oh, six nine and AM seven forty KCBS coming up on KCBS the nasty habit. That's very much on the rise among teams even while drug booze and cigarette. Use of either dropped or remain stable. A new report out today. Details Russian interference that didn't stop when they're man gone elected. But continued on social media well past the twenty sixteen presidential election and at East Bay nurse returns to the bay area after being deported to her home country earlier this year by the Trump administration. Good morning. I'm Rebecca chorale KCBS news time ten thirty one. CBS news update reports just released by the Senate intelligence committee, say Russia's campaign to help elect Donald Trump was more extensive than I thought and included efforts to discourage black voters and blur. The lines between reality and fiction. CBS news political consultant, Leonard Steinhorn with the Russians were doing was putting their thumb on the digital scales of our democracy. Putin had a goal and whether working with Donald Trump or not we don't know that yet he accomplished it. The Russians used every tool and technique to elect Donald Trump defeat Hillary Clinton and support the Republican party. See nets. Dan Patterson says Russia's still interfering on social media sites. It has been very challenging to get these companies to be cooperative with even very basic stuff. Like, hey, I just want to confirm or deny can you send me a one line one sentence. It's very very difficult to have conversations with these companies CBS news update, I'm Pam Coulter. KCBS news time ten thirty two twice as many high school students vape nicotine last year compared with this year rather compared with last year an unprecedented jumping a large annual survey of teen smoking drinking and drug use the survey by the National Institute of drug abuse. And the university of Michigan says it was the largest single year increase in the surveys fertile forty four year history far surpassing mid nineteen seventy surgeon marijuana smoking for more on the survey. We're joined live on KCBS ring central Newsline by Dr Mark Rubinstein, a professor of pediatrics at UCSF who studied the effects of teen e cigarette use thanks a lot for talking to us to do. These numbers surprise you. They are not surprising to me. And I think a lot of physicians, and parents and teachers will will probably not be surprised by these just based on what our patients and are telling us in clinic. What is it about e cigarettes that appeals to teenagers so much? I think there are a number of things one. They're they're sort of sleek and sexy. But I think the biggest thing is that they're they're flavor. So really enticing they come in all sorts of fun kid-friendly flavors fruit flavors bubblegum, and they come in packages that are easy to conceal from your parents and teachers. Yeah. And and I I wonder about the tech component. I agree. I think that adds to it. Well, one of the big companies the jewel has changed their advertising campaign to be less appealing to young adults and teams that used to show like a sexy MAC book air with a jewel charging, and it's USB port. And I think a lot of tech savvy teams are used to doing mad and it kind of fits into their lifestyle as well. So the FDA has stepped up efforts to regulate the industry in the last couple of months. What what are we seeing there? Well, I have not seen much to be to be honest. Just you know, I I know they're threatening to ban flavors. And I know some of the companies including jewel have taken some steps to limit the flavors that are available in store that kids have access to. But my understanding is they're still selling them online. And I think a lot of kids get these products online. So I do think they need to take firmer action. And what about using them can you use a adapted to smoke pot? Yes. You actually can they have separate products for that. Interestingly jewel makes one of the products, although they've split off the company two packs industries, but they some of these products, you can use THC juice. So marijuana divide derived juice instead of nicotine, and but there are also companies that sell cartridges just like the jewel that have THC and those numbers have also gone up among teams so well marijuana use has increased vaping marijuana outside marijuana use in general remained stable this year, vaping marijuana increased among high school students. Do when they're vaping nicotine. Do you think they think it's maybe healthier because it doesn't seem as as smokey smoke? I definitely think. So I think both the flavors make you feel like say for. I mean, how dangerous could bubble gum mango be. And and Secondly adults telling them it's safer. And third like you said it doesn't smell. It doesn't burn your throat doesn't make your hair smell your finger smell. It just seems much safer than than traditional cigarettes. But it's not. Well, that's a great question. It probably is safer than traditional cigarettes. At least when we look at the toxic college based on the chemicals that we know are in cigarettes. They're lower levels than we see in smokers one of my concerns and other researchers are concerned about this as well. It's just that there are other chemicals that we don't know to look for yet because they're not, you know, they're not something we look for in cigarettes. But they may be created by the chemicals that are used to make the flavors for these e cigarettes. All right. Thank you very much for talking to us. We really appreciate that start to Mark Rubinstein a professor of pediatrics at UCSF. He studied the effects of teen e cigarette. Use KCBS news time ten thirty six back to traffic in a couple of minutes. Maybe.

KCBS marijuana Donald Trump nicotine CBS Dr Mark Rubinstein UCSF professor of pediatrics Trump administration East Bay Dan Patterson National Institute of drug abu Leonard Steinhorn university of Michigan Russia
"mark rubinstein" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

04:54 min | 2 years ago

"mark rubinstein" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Oh, six nine and AM seven forty KCBS. It's Friday evening. The ninth of November two thousand eighteen coming up on KCBS. The campfire in Butte county has now claimed nine lives. We'll have latest on the campfire and also fires burning in the Southland here in California. With a CBS news update in just a moment. Also had the food and Drug administration is planning to restrict the sales of e cigarettes. And we get some reaction for you on that story. I'm Larry Sharon. Good evening. KCBS news time eight thirty one. Now, the latest on the fires burning in California CBS news update, at least nine people are dead in one hundred fifty thousand evacuated as fierce fires raged in northern California. The deaths have been reported from the so-called camp fire where KO VR TV's, Christina Jane's. Reports from understand from officials here, I seem them the majority of people did manage to get out again, they have just in the last few hours able to get into these neighborhoods and search with damage and the where where people are aware they're from if they didn't get out and I play are expecting the death toll to rise. Meanwhile in southern California more than one hundred thousand people have been evacuated from two wildfires burning. Their Alex Huynh is a meteorologist with the national weather service. So we're seeing as we go into tonight and enter tomorrow, we're actually seeing a very good opportunity with very favourable weather much lighter. Winds still very very dry conditions out there. But as we move into Saturday night, we have a red flag warning in effect CBS news update. I'm Matt piper. KCBS news time eight thirty to the ACLU is among civil rights groups who have now filed a federal lawsuit over President Trump's restrictions blocking migrants from asylum if they cross into the US illegally CBS news. Correspondent Alison keys reports. President Trump's order denies migrants who enter the US illegally the right to be eligible for asylum despite laws that say anyone is no matter how a person comes into the US the ACLU tweets that neither the president nor his cabinet can override the clear commands of our law. But that's exactly what they're trying to do. We'll see him in court. President Trump made immigration a campaign issue. Calling an oncoming caravan of Central American migrants, an invasion, Alison keys, CBS news, Washington. A published report says President Trump was more involved in hush money payments than he's letting on CBS news correspondent Steve Futterman has more on that. A new report says that President Trump played a central role in payoffs to both stormy Daniels and Karen McDougal. The Wall Street Journal says Mr. Trump intervened directly to suppress stories of his alleged sexual affairs with the two women. This counters previous claims by the president who has said he knew nothing or very little the journal says it found he was involved or brief. On nearly every step that led to the hush money, payoffs. The revelations raised the possibility that Mr. Trump violated campaign finance laws. Steve Futterman, CBS news, Washington. There are reports that the food and Drug administration is planning to restrict e cigarette. Sales KCBS reporter, Melissa Colorado has reaction from a local health experts government data show that vaping and flavored e cigarette. Use among teenagers is increasing significantly. And that's no surprise to Dr Mark Rubinstein, professor of pediatrics at UCSF. A lot of teams tell us that they just think these products are fun. They they use them for social reasons, I'd say the top three reasons are fun, social and flavors. Many e cigarettes and keeping devices were introduced as tobacco free alternatives to smoking meant for adults that Rubinstein says that flavoring them makes little sense if they really are intended to target adult tobacco users. I don't know why and adults would want to switch from tobacco flavor to bubblegum are mango, it seems to make more. Sense if they're using it for harm reduction that they would stick to the flavor profiles. There used to. There are reports that the FDA will announce as early as next week a ban on the sale of most flavored e cigarettes in convenience stores and gas stations with the exception for now of mint or menthol flavors. Melissa call Ross KCBS opening of the commercial Dungeness crab season has been delayed until at least December I in the waters north of Bodega bay, that's because of elevated levels of demoing acid consuming marine life affected by damore acid can cause nausea diarrhea dizziness the commercial fisheries south of this area will open a schedule next Thursday regretful fishing for Dungeness crab opened in most areas of the state earlier this month. Movie buffs so drooling over the high tech projection system being unveiled this weekend. At the tech museum in San Jose KCBS has meant big the reports, it's the first laser installation in an I max domed theater. It's a big weekend for the tech museum. What isn't new at the annex theater this weekend, Michelle Dunkin? The Tex.

President Trump CBS KCBS food and Drug administration California president Alison keys Steve Futterman Dr Mark Rubinstein Ross KCBS tech museum Butte county Melissa Colorado US drooling Alex Huynh Washington Matt piper The Wall Street Journal
"mark rubinstein" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:18 min | 2 years ago

"mark rubinstein" Discussed on KCBS All News

"The budget Upson wasn't available for the sentencing hearing judge James Kramer, substituted for him. In a surprise move. Kramer rejected the plea agreement saying he couldn't accept it. Because he thought L minute. Had shown sufficient remorse ominous lawyer twenty Sarah argued in court papers and in court today, the Kramer acted improperly and rejecting the agreement and was undeniably influenced by the emotions of the fire victims family members, Judge Kevin Murphy today said there's no basis to reinstate the plea agreement because the law gives judge Kramer the authority to do what he did. In rejecting the deal Murphy's decision means that in Harris will still be scheduled to stand trial next April second as we have been reporting on KCBS the food and Drug administration appears to be taking action to curb e cigarette use among teenagers. KCBS reporter Melissa has reaction. From a local expert reports that the FDA will restrict sales of the devices efforts to reduce tobacco cigarette. Use over the decades have been successful. But cigarettes are in a lot of ways less attractive than flavored vaping devices and e cigarettes cigarettes, smell bad. They make your hair smell your clothes. Mel these products that void all of that. So a lot of the stigma that was associated with smoking absent from these products. Doctor Mark Rubinstein is a pediatrics professor at UCSF. And he says that while many e cigarettes were introduced as an alternative for adults tobacco smokers. They still contain addictive nicotine even while being marketed as a safer alternative. I calling them harm reduction devices are saying they're safer. I think it sort of clouds the message that kids get so we're probably going to have to try a whole new slew of tactics to get kids off these products. They use a flavored e cigarettes among teens is increasing dramatically. So the FDA reportedly will announce a ban on the sales of most flavored vaping devices at convenience stores and gas stations Melissa call Ross KCBS latest technology on the silver screen is coming to the bay area this weekend KCBS has met big the reports the tech museum of innovation in San Jose is taking the wraps off a laser. Rejection system in its max theater. If this story were movie trailer, it might sound like this..

James Kramer KCBS food and Drug administration Doctor Mark Rubinstein Judge Kevin Murphy Ross KCBS Melissa Upson tech museum of innovation San Jose nicotine UCSF Sarah reporter Harris professor
"mark rubinstein" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:31 min | 2 years ago

"mark rubinstein" Discussed on KCBS All News

"So she sent police nine one one text from her bedroom of the burglary in progress. She was hiding underneath the bed covers she was upstairs. She heard the noise Sunnyvale department of public safety, captain Shaun error and said the incident provided the perfect example on the value of nine one one texting technology has a lot of Angie's forest, especially when it comes to helping people when they're in danger, and where they need to help a police or fire EMS. This is a great example. Some people may be so injured they can't talk on the phone, but the able to text, and there's so many different ways that texts nine one could be used by somebody who's in endanger or need of help four suspects were later arrested in north San Jose, Mike Colgan KCBS house, we've been reporting on KCBS the food and Drug administration appears to be taking action to curb e cigarette use among teens KCBS reporter, Melissa Colorado with reaction from a local expert to reports the FDA will restrict sales of the vaping. Devices efforts to reduce tobacco cigarette. Use over the decades have been successful. But cigarettes are in a lot of ways less attractive than flavored vaping devices and e cigarettes cigarettes, smell bad. They make your hair smell your clothes, smell these products. Avoid all of that. So a lot of the the stigma that was associated with smoking is absent from these products. Doctor Mark Rubinstein is a pediatrics professor at UCSF. And he says that while many e cigarettes were introduced as an alternative for adults tobacco smokers. They still contain addictive nicotine even while being marketed as a safer alternative. I calling them harm reduction devices are saying they're safer. I think it sort of clouds the message that kids get so we're probably going to have to try a whole new flu tactics to get kids off these products. They use a flavored e cigarettes among teens is increasing dramatically. So the FDA reportedly will announce a ban on the sales of most flavored vaping devices at convenience stores. And gas stations Melissa call Ross KCBS. French authorities have seized are Ryan airplane and forced one hundred forty nine passengers to disembark because of dispute over subsidies to the Irish airline, the French civil aviation authority announced today, it is impounded. The plane on the tarmac of the Wardell. Marinate airport is a last resort, right? Here did not publicly comment on the seizure. In a statement the aviation. Authorities said France had repeatedly tried to get Ryan at a payback regional funds paid to the airline a couple years ago. The European Commission later ruled those funds illegal saying they gave Reiner and an unfair economic advantage. And.

food and Drug administration Doctor Mark Rubinstein Ross KCBS captain Shaun error burglary Sunnyvale Ryan airplane Angie France San Jose Melissa Colorado Mike Colgan nicotine UCSF Ryan European Commission Wardell Reiner reporter
"mark rubinstein" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"mark rubinstein" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"Brazil's, incoming president has already drawn comparisons to President Trump. And he's announced a Trump like move gyro Bolsonaro who some have called the Trump of the tropics says he intends to move his country's embassy in Israel from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem. Brazil would become only the second major country to make the move after the United States made. The move last spring. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has already said balls and RO's election would lead to a great friendship between the countries bills them for NBC News Radio the food and Drug administration is unveiling steps to cut down on youth use of e cigarettes. Dr Mark Rubinstein of the university of California. San Francisco talked to NBC's today show about a study he conducted on teams who use e cigarettes. We found a lot of the same chemicals in the urine of these teenagers that we see in cigarettes and much lower levels than traditional cigarettes, but higher than what we expect to find from just environmental exposures, the FDA will be working directly with five companies that represent more than ninety seven percent of youth cigarette. Use some of the steps they'll be taking include enforcement of ID and age verification requirements. Altria one of the cigarette companies said it would halt sales of many flavored e cigarette pods that appeal to young smokers. Either a creepy clown lurking in the sewers of Jacksonville, Florida or someone just has a creepy sense of humor in parts of the city yesterday. Red balloons were found by two zero greats in an apparent reference to the Steven king book it in the book found who lives in the sewers, terrorizes children and red balloons are his trademark no.

President Trump Trump food and Drug administration Dr Mark Rubinstein Brazil Prime Minister Benjamin Netany Tel Aviv president NBC NBC News Israel Jacksonville Steven king San Francisco Jerusalem United States Florida RO university of California ninety seven percent
"mark rubinstein" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"mark rubinstein" Discussed on KCBS All News

"The San Francisco MTA approved more than one million dollars in funding to design safer streets near schools. Supervisor Hillary Ronen said that picking up her own child from school can be hazardous. The money will fund the design of new curb markings pavement paint and the like street signs officials hope to complete the project by next year and bay area. Scientist says that decades of work to reduce teen smoking is now being reversed by e cigarettes KCBS has Rebecca corral reports on the reaction to an FDA crackdown on e cig makers all that education all those PSA's programs seminars, roundtables and heart to heart. Talks had finally started to pay off youth smoking fell in the past decade by nearly half. Then along. Came e cigarette low risk teens who normally would not be substance users are flocking to the jewel, which is high tech and sexy and has fruit flavors like mango UCSF, professor of pediatrics Dr Mark Rubinstein researches nicotine addiction and teens and young adults. I still think there's benefit to adults. I just think we have to make these products less attractive to teenagers act. The FDA has told five major cigarette makers they have sixty days to reduce underage use of the devices like the jewel or be taken off store. Shelves people are arguing that e cigarettes are form of harm reduction for adults addicted smokers, but they are also a form of harm creation for non smoking teams as a way to ease into nicotine cigarettes are now the most use tobacco products among teenagers, Rebecca, chorale KCBS. Former first lady Michelle Obama will be coming to San Jose in December. She'll be promoting her new memoir. The book will be out in November.

nicotine Supervisor Hillary Ronen Michelle Obama San Francisco Rebecca corral Dr Mark Rubinstein FDA San Jose UCSF Scientist professor of pediatrics one million dollars sixty days
"mark rubinstein" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

04:22 min | 2 years ago

"mark rubinstein" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Seven forty KCBS coming up on KCBS hurricane Florence downgraded now to a category two storm, but still considered extremely dangerous and life threatening an update from CBS news straight ahead. And I'm Rebecca chorale local scientist is glad the FDA has finally colleague out e cigarette makers for appealing to underage users. Good evening, I'm Larry Sharoni. KCBS news time eight thirty one the latest from CBS news CBS news update. North Carolinians getting ready ahead of hurricane Florence which has just been downgraded to a category two storm, but it's still poses a threat, which is why Michael Barbas of Myrtle Beach, South Carolina is leaving talking about a whole lot of rain and flooding, and it's gonna break all the windows, and it's going to be frightening. Florence is now located three hundred twenty five miles east southeast of Myrtle Beach, and now has maximum winds of one hundred ten miles per hour. Meteorologist Meghan Glenrothes in North Carolina. We're talking about the potential for thirteen to fifteen foot storm surge when that floods over this entire area. It won't look the same. Once it receives back into the ocean. So we're essentially looking at a major situation, but now for a longer distance for the coastline, the Hurricane Center says the center of Florence will approach the coasts of north and South Carolina tomorrow and then move near or over the coast of southern North Carolina and eastern South Carolina into Friday CBS news update. I'm that piper. Meanwhile, the Hawaiian islands being hit by tropical. Storm olivia. Forecasters say the storm could dump five to ten inches of rain with some places getting as much as fifteen inches Maui. Mayor Alan are all Kawhi is urging residents Serta store drinking water and warned that they should plan for power outages landslides, high surf fallen trees and flooded roads, the massive efforts of the health community parents teachers lawmakers and the kids themselves paid off reducing tobacco use among teens by half in the past decade. But KCBS is Rebecca corral tells us now a tiny high-tech tool threatens to destroy all of that. No, more clouds of stinky, smoke and stained fingertips, no choking, when you inhale and delightfully cute flavors like popcorn mango and cotton candy have made e cigarettes the darling of the teen set we worked so hard to get kids to find smoking unsexy. And now this new product comes along that's reintroducing nicotine into the lungs of teenagers. UCSF professor pediatrics doctor Mark Rubinstein says e cigarette. Are so appealing to young people even low risk kids. The ones who normally wouldn't consider substance abuse are flocking to devices like the jewel, high tech and sexy and has fruit flavors like mango. So he's relieved the FDA is finally calling out e cigarette makers threatening to pull them off the market if they don't reduce underage use of the devices within sixty days, Dr Ruben says he realizes the Joel could be useful for adults trying to kick the habit, but there's a lot we just do not know about these products. We do know that he cigarettes in vaping are now more popular than smoking traditional cigarettes among teens, Rebecca chorale KCBS the much debated debate between California's gubernatorial candidates, John Cox and Gavin Newsom is finally happening Republican challenger and the democratic Lieutenant governor will face off on the morning of October eighth in the bay area, Mike Madrid and Republican strategist at the firm, grassroots lab tells Kennex are all news sister station. That Cox is probably fortunate. It to get Newsom to agree to even one debate. Yet. The reason why Gavin Newsom didn't wants to debate right? Somebody who's so far out front with so many institutional systemic advantages really can't be helped by debate. Like this John Cox courses asking for five for fifty debate. He's got to get in there. He's got an either way. So knockout punch, but he has to have the front loader. Stumble. Stumble pretty badly. The odds of that. Of course, are not very good Madrid expense Newsom to hang Donald Trump on John Cox early and often during the debate like many middle income workers. Teachers are finding it increasingly difficult if not impossible to afford to buy a home here in the bay area. KCBS has been reports. Some help is not coming from the bay area host committee for next year's college football playoffs at Levi stadium. Students and teachers had reason to cheer at oak grove high school where the forty Niners and the host committee for.

Gavin Newsom KCBS John Cox CBS Florence South Carolina North Carolina hurricane Florence Rebecca corral Mark Rubinstein FDA Myrtle Beach Larry Sharoni Hurricane Center scientist Meghan Glenrothes area host oak grove high school UCSF
"mark rubinstein" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:27 min | 2 years ago

"mark rubinstein" Discussed on KCBS All News

"A bay area. Scientist says decades of work to reduce teen smoking is now being reversed by e cigarettes KCBS has Rebecca corral reports on the reaction to FDA crackdown on e cigarette makers all that education all those PSA's program seminars, roundtables and heart to heart. Talks had finally started to pay off youth smoking fell in the past decade by nearly half. And then along came e cigarette low risk teams who normally would not be substance users are flocking to the jewel, which is high tack and sexy and has fruit flavors like mango UCSF, professor of pediatrics Dr Mark Rubinstein researches nicotine, addiction and teens and young adult. I still think there's benefit to adults. I just think we have to make these products less attractive to teenagers. In fact, the FDA has told five major e cigarette makers they have sixty days to reduce underage use of the devices like the jewel or be taken off store shelves people. Arguing that e cigarettes are form of harm reduction for adults addicted smokers, but they are also a form of harm creation for non smoking teams. As a way to ease into nicotine cigarettes are now the most use tobacco products among teenagers, Rebecca, chorale KCBS. New Mexico is suing Google Twitter and several companies that develop and market mobile gaming apps for children, saying the apps violate state law by collecting personal information that could compromise privacy lawsuit filed in federal court late yesterday comes as data sharing concerns. Persist among users and social media giant Facebook just weeks ago pulled one of its own apps over possible privacy, intrusions New Mexico. Attorney general Hector Balderas says he's concerned about the risk of data breach and exploitation given at the apps contract with such precision where children live play and go to school at seven fifty five. It's MoneyWatch sponsored by vitucci and associates from the KCBS super micro in. Intel money desk, stocks ended mixed the Dow Jones industrials rose twenty eight points a tenth of a percent twenty five thousand nine hundred ninety eight the NASDAQ lost eighteen points or a quarter percent, the S and P five hundred edged up one point the Fed's new beige book says economic growth has been moderate just about everywhere in recent weeks. Labor markets remained tight. Forecasters say hurricane Florence is on a path to hit Myrtle Beach, South Carolina over the weekend. The projected path may affect more than four thousand manufacturing and distribution.

nicotine FDA KCBS New Mexico Hector Balderas Rebecca corral Dr Mark Rubinstein Scientist hurricane Florence UCSF Myrtle Beach professor of pediatrics Facebook South Carolina Intel Google Fed
"mark rubinstein" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

05:06 min | 2 years ago

"mark rubinstein" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Aw, he decided he wanted to separate life. The more. I was encouraged to think about building up my own career. She became an editor than a biographer dickens, Jane Austen, and the early feminist Mary Wollstonecraft, but Tomlin's life was also filled with grief her first husband was killed covering the kipper war. One of her children committed suicide her son is disabled Claire Tomlin on fresh air. First news from kqed news. I'm Tara Siler. The state supreme court has denied what could be the last legal maneuver available to nine San Francisco. Police officers trying to avoid discipline for swapping racist. Text messages several years ago cake UD's, Alex Emslie explains. The snippet of the text messages made public through federal court filing refer to black people as animals in reference cross burning and white power. A few of the implicated officers resigned. When the scandal broke in twenty fifteen but nine of them challenged the city's moved to fire or otherwise discipline them. They successfully argued the police department surpassed one year statute of limitations that kept them on San Francisco's payroll for over three years, but the city won an appeal arguing that time limit paused for a federal criminal investigation. The city attorney says that means the officers will now face firing or other disciplined before the police commission, but those closed door hearings having been scheduled. I'm Alexander Cejka. Weedy news close to three dozen emergency responders from the east and north bay are headed to North Carolina to help those affected by hurricane Florence Oakland. Fire battalion chief Robert lip and urban search and rescue coordinator says the crews from Alameda and snow. Mccown are expecting to respond to a potentially historic storm. The people who have gone are all firefighters by profession. They're already initially trained and prepared to go into harm's way. And they understand the challenges that they're going to face prompted by request from the federal government. The governor's office of emergency services is sending that task force as well as similar crews from Sacramento and Orange County's to the eastern seaboard teenage use of e cigarettes also called vaping is at an epidemic level. That's according to announce an announcement today from the food and Drug administration the agency launched a national crackdown on retail shops and five major manufacturers, including. San Francisco based jewel labs. Kate UD's. Laura klivans has more jewel is known for sleek e cigarettes that look like flash drives. They're popular among teenagers. The FDA told jewel and other companies. They have sixty days to show they can keep e cigarettes away from minors. Dr Mark Rubinstein studies teen vaping at UCSF. I'm glad that they're finally cracking down. I think that these products were clearly marketed with young adults in mind in the beginning, especially the jewel, he's referring to their playful flavors like mango and fruit. Medley in a statement jewel lab says they're committed to stop underage use of their product and will work proactively with the FDA. I'm Laura klivans KiKi Dee news legislation to make it easier for police to intervene when anti-abortion rights. Protesters follow or harass women trying to enter health clinics healthcare clinics passed its first hurdle today. With San Francisco supervisors cake UD's, Peter Jon Shuler reports. The change would allow officers to issue. A verbal order to disperse people violating the city's law against harassment. The current language requires a written order sponsor supervisor Hillary Ronen says protesters have become increasingly aggressive to be subjected to that type of violent screaming and harassment is really traumatic violates from the central premise of our legal system. And that is equal Justice under the law, chairman of the California pro-life council, Brian Johnston says the written order is needed to create accountability. The law goes to the full board next week. I'm Peter Jon Shuler news. There is often a gap in the type of maternity care that women in California want and the care. They actually get. That's according to a new survey of twenty five hundred new moms Kikuchi health reporter, April Dembosky has more one out of seven women said they felt pressure from hospital. Stay. To induce their labor and forty percent were induced that contributed to a higher than recommended rate of c sections and that presents a higher risk of complications women know what they want and what they want is actually what we know is the best quality care, but we're not listening. Stephanie Teleki is with the California healthcare foundation, which funded the survey black women are the least listen to and it's costing them their lives. The survey found forty two percent of black women had a C section compared to twenty nine percent of white women. Black women also reported much higher rates of eighty and depression while pregnant but only one out of five received treatment..

San Francisco FDA Claire Tomlin Peter Jon Shuler Laura klivans Kate UD supreme court harassment editor California Alexander Cejka kqed Mary Wollstonecraft Tara Siler Dr Mark Rubinstein California healthcare foundati North Carolina Jane Austen Alex Emslie
"mark rubinstein" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

03:02 min | 2 years ago

"mark rubinstein" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Holly flung CBS apple unveiling a new line of iphones today during its annual big September events KCBS is Mike HOGAN says upgrades were also announced for a host of apple products. Three new iphones were unveiled apple senior. Vice president Phil Schiller, including the iphone ten s the iphone ten s is not just one. But two sizes of display the five point eight inch in a new six point five inch super retina display. This is the biggest display ever on an iphone. It isn't all that display as well. Three point three million pixels four hundred and fifty eight pixels per inch. Again, apple chief operating officer. Jeff Williams unveiled the new fourth generation apple watch it has a larger display and curved corners. The speaker has also been completely redesigned. It's fifty percent louder which is great for phone calls and walkie-talkie or Syria. Request. You just won't believe the sound you get out of such a small device. The new watch starts at three. Ninety nine four ninety nine with the new iphone ten s is priced at nine ninety nine ten ninety nine for the ten s max and seven forty nine for the budget version, ten are by Colgan KCBS an eighteen month old girl died after she was accidentally left in a hot car by a family member yesterday in Moraga ficials say they responded to a medical call and the first block of hardy drive around four PM the dispatcher reported. There was somebody screaming and crying on the nine one one call investigators believe it was an accident and the family member called for help immediately after finding her it was eighty degrees outside at the time of efforts of the health community. Parents teachers lawmakers and the kids themselves paid off reducing tobacco use among teens by half in the past decade. But as KCBS is Rebecca corral reports a tiny high tech tool threatens to destroy all of that. No, more clouds of stinky, smoke and stained fingertips, no choking when. You inhale and delightfully cute flavors like popcorn mango and cotton candy have made e cigarettes the darling of the teen set we've worked so hard to get kids to find smoking unsexy. And now this new product comes along that's reintroducing nicotine into the lungs of teenager UCSF, professor pediatrics Dr Mark Rubinstein says e cigarettes are so appealing to young people even low risk kids. The ones who normally wouldn't consider substance abuse are flocking to devices like the jewel. Hi, tack and sexy and has fruit flavors like mango. So he's relieved the FDA has finally calling out e cigarette makers threatening to pull them off the market if they don't reduce underage use of the devices within sixty days, but Rubinstein says he realizes the could be useful for adults trying to kick the habit a lot. We just do not know about these products. We do know that e cigarettes in vaping are now more popular than smoking traditional cigarettes among teens, Rebecca chorale KCBI. CBS CBS news time four twenty five now from the small business pulse. Bay.

apple Colgan KCBS KCBS Dr Mark Rubinstein CBS Phil Schiller Vice president Syria Mike HOGAN Holly chief operating officer Jeff Williams Moraga ficials vaping UCSF Rebecca corral nicotine professor
Apple announces 3 new iPhones, a new watch

KCBS Radio Afternoon News

01:11 min | 2 years ago

Apple announces 3 new iPhones, a new watch

"Holly flung CBS apple unveiling a new line of iphones today during its annual big September events KCBS is Mike HOGAN says upgrades were also announced for a host of apple products. Three new iphones were unveiled apple senior. Vice president Phil Schiller, including the iphone ten s the iphone ten s is not just one. But two sizes of display the five point eight inch in a new six point five inch super retina display. This is the biggest display ever on an iphone. It isn't all that display as well. Three point three million pixels four hundred and fifty eight pixels per inch. Again, apple chief operating officer. Jeff Williams unveiled the new fourth generation apple watch it has a larger display and curved corners. The speaker has also been completely redesigned. It's fifty percent louder which is great for phone calls and walkie-talkie or Syria. Request. You just won't believe the sound you get out of such a small device. The new watch starts at three. Ninety nine four ninety nine with the new iphone ten s is priced at nine ninety nine ten ninety nine for the ten s max and seven forty nine for the budget version, ten are

Apple Colgan Kcbs Kcbs Dr Mark Rubinstein CBS Phil Schiller Vice President Syria Mike Hogan Holly Chief Operating Officer Jeff Williams Moraga Ficials Vaping Ucsf Rebecca Corral Nicotine Professor
"mark rubinstein" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"mark rubinstein" Discussed on KCBS All News

"One oh six. Nine and AM seven forty KCBS news watch continues now at three twenty one area. Scientists says decades of work to reduce teen smoking is now being reversed by e cigarettes KCBS is Rebecca corral reports on the reaction to an FDA crackdown on e cigarette makers all that education all those PSA's program seminars, roundtables and heart to heart. Talks had finally started to pay off you smoking fell in the past decade by nearly half. And then along came e cigarette low risk teams who normally would not be substance users are flocking to the jewel, which is high tech and sexy and has fruit flavors like mango UCSF, professor of pediatrics Dr Mark Rubinstein researches nicotine, addiction and teens and young adult. I still think there's benefit to adults. I just think we have to make these products last attractive to teenager fact, the FDA has told five major e cigarette makers they have sixty days to reduce underage use of the devices like the. Jewel or be taken off store. Shelves people are arguing that e cigarettes are form of harm reduction for adults addicted smokers, but they are also a form of harm creation for non smoking teams. As a way to ease into nicotine rats are now the most use tobacco products among teenagers. Rebecca chorale KCBS the forty Niners and the host committee for the college football playoffs at Levi stadium are partnering with a bay area startup to help teachers by their own homes. KCBS has Matt Bigler has more from San Jose's oak grove high school. The oak grove cheerleaders were on hand as the.

KCBS nicotine oak grove high school Dr Mark Rubinstein Levi stadium FDA Matt Bigler San Jose professor of pediatrics UCSF sixty days
"mark rubinstein" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

05:12 min | 2 years ago

"mark rubinstein" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Of North Carolina Friday into Saturday. There are still plenty of holdouts. Correspondent Mark Strassmann? They feel like they can ride out anything these emergency officials are trying to get through to votes folks to saying look this one it could be the big one don't play around with this. Don't try to ride it out at home. Don't put yourself at risk. Don't put anyone else at risk. She Bs news update. I'm Jim shanavie. CBS news time eleven thirty two. The FDA now says the teens are using e cigarettes at epidemic levels, the FDA issued more than thirteen hundred warning letters and fines to stars that were found to be selling e cigarettes to minors and has given manufacturer sixty days to prove that they can keep their products away from children or risk being pulled from the market from our. We're joined live on the KCBS ringcentral news Lima, Dr Mark Rubinstein UCSF, professor pediatrics. He researches nicotine addiction in teens and young adults. Thanks a lot for talking to us today. How widespread is vaping among teens? And what do we know about its health effects? So well, first of all thank you for having me on we do know that e cigarettes in vaping are now if not more popular than smoking traditional cigarettes among teams and last year roughly thirteen fifteen percent of high school students reported using e cigarettes. However, there were some unpublished reports today suggest. Testing that those numbers are going to rise dramatically when the two thousand eighteen data comes out regarding the health effects. Unfortunately, there's a lot we just do not know about these products. We do know that these products contain nicotine, and specifically the product teen seemed to favor the most the jewel delivers more nicotine than most of the other products. In fact, each cartridge in jewel contains about the same amount of nicotine a pack of cigarettes. And clearly nicotine highly addictive. And one of the concerns we have is just nicotine dependence will likely be back on the rise. After all the work. We've done to cut down cigarette. Use and teams. You said that it was more nicotine than a pack of cigarettes. In one cartridge is the Kennedy smokes to somebody get out of cartridge. So that's a good question. And it's very difficult to quantify frequency of use of cigarettes. So with a pack a day, we know there's twenty cigarettes, and we have a rough idea how much nicotine but teens often share products amongst each other, especially if they want to swap cartridges and try different flavors. But it's it's again one cartridge is roughly the same as twenty cigarettes. Okay. All right. So so this today is a pretty significant move for the FDA, but they've been criticized for really dragging their feet on this. I agree. I'm really glad that they are cracking down on the sale of these products to teams I still think they could go a little farther with cracking down on flavors. I understand that they're in a tight spot. A lot of people are arguing that that e cigarettes are form of harm reduction for adults addicted smokers. But I argue that they are also a form of harm creation for non smoking teams as a way to ease into nicotine use. And you do what do you think should happen? Would you like to see completely pulled off the market? Well, I still think there's benefit to adults. I just think we have to make these products less attractive to teenagers. Some of the flavors on the market in my mind are clearly targeting teams like bubblegum and popcorn and candy corn. And I would like to see data from the companies themselves showing that adults favor those flavors. I think the advertising and jewel has certainly made steps to decrease their advertising to us by using older models in their ad campaigns. But I definitely think we need to make these products less less enticing to teenagers, you touched on this. But but there's been so much progress made in the effort to get kids to stop smoking. And this must be incredibly frustrating for you. It's incredibly frustrating. It even normalizes the behavior of just holding some nicotine stick we've worked so hard to get kids to find smoking unsexy. And now this new product comes along that's reintroducing nicotine into the lungs of teenagers. Many of whom probably would not have tried cigarettes because of this sort of harm reduction focus around these products. We're seeing athletes use these products low risk teens who normally would be substance users are flocking to the jewel, which is kind of high tech and sexy and has fruit flavors like mango. Okay. Thanks very much for talking to us. We appreciate your time. Dr Mark Rubinstein.

nicotine nicotine dependence Dr Mark Rubinstein UCSF Mark Strassmann FDA Dr Mark Rubinstein North Carolina CBS Jim shanavie Lima KCBS vaping Kennedy professor thirteen fifteen percent sixty days
"mark rubinstein" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:22 min | 2 years ago

"mark rubinstein" Discussed on KCBS All News

"The first bell the plan is to expand to thirty schools by the end of this year and go district wide by 2020 chew celebrity chef tanya holland owns oakland's brown sugar kitchen and is a food network host we're doing pretty good compared to what they could he you know i have had a business in west bengal for ten years and i see this cornerstores i see kids walk ram with taxi egypt's and sodas um so share thirty in the morning yes exactly josh even is a chef at san francisco's tosca cafe he says the idea is to teach kids to eat better than we did at their age no sugary cereal no caffeine to return to sealant experience it noted the oldest to mcnichols other streaming through the greater hetero dates will railroad didn't have eight year old payton is having a good day riding the bike the powers of blender full of frozen fruit and soymeal smoothies i never their next move its that oakland's futures elementary holly kwan kcbs reaping is delivering cancercausing chemicals even when teams inhale that nicotine key cbs's margret schaefer has details of the study out of you see us f published in the journal paediatrics research you think and a year and have one hundred bay area team some vapors some vapors and smokers and some neither vapors nor smokers and found teens who inhaled east cigarettes also inhaled cancercausing chemicals says the study's lead author you see us f professor of pediatrics dr mark rubinstein for well we period firing higher level of these dangerous chemical there were significantly lower than the kids who off of from of sugar however for teenager that never even broke regular figure this who are more than wonder then you're reading air for protein should not be using these products at all the study found that chemicals used to keep nicotine in liquid form are creating the toxins appropriately and glycol in griffin which are actually iron room hampered her and even when heated to normal food heating level fred na when heated debate is the product and fruitflavored products produced significantly higher levels of the toxin acrylonitrile marqui schaefer kcbs of ring county supervisor wants to transform a seaside trailed with the golden gate bridge into a bike and pedestrian pathway linking this to point with sauce alito kcbs of jeffrey xiaobo tells us that.

supervisor alito fred na dr mark rubinstein professor of pediatrics nicotine josh west bengal jeffrey xiaobo golden gate bridge tanya holland griffin margret schaefer cbs payton caffeine san francisco egypt oakland