This image is part of the cover of an April 14 report issued by nine U.S. senators and two House members. The report looked into how companies that make e-cigarettes advertise their products, who they target with the advertising, and what is known about the ingredients in vaping products.
A male tuatara at Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand. It’s not a lizard, although it looks like one. It is the last surviving member (since the time of the dinosaurs) of its order of reptiles.
An e-cigarette is shown with a bottle of the flavored liquid that is injected in it to create tasty vapors.
A high-level group of senators and members of the U.S. House of Representatives surveyed makers of e-cigarettes and finds they are targeting youth. They conclude that new federal laws should be created to end practices that could turn teens into nicotine addicts.