Mike Esterl

Wall Street Journal

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Reporter at the Wall Street Journal

Mike Esterl on KCRW

With the numger of teen-aged users tripling in just three years, the World Health Organization wants a crackdown on e-cigarettes.

World Health Organization Urges Regulations Against E-Cigs

With the numger of teen-aged users tripling in just three years, the World Health Organization wants a crackdown on e-cigarettes.

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Snacking has replaced breakfast, lunch and dinner for many Americans.

Snacks are the New Meals

Snacking has replaced breakfast, lunch and dinner for many Americans.

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E-cigarettes release a vapor that allows users to inhale nicotine without the toxins associated with tobacco.

E-Cigarettes: Safe Alternative or Worse than the Original?

E-cigarettes release a vapor that allows users to inhale nicotine without the toxins associated with tobacco.

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