PNS Daily Newscast - May 25, 2020 

Updates on Memorial Day 2020 during the COVID-19 pandemic; and tomorrow is a deadline for some voters.

2020Talks - May 25, 2020 

Overseas service members and people with physical disabilities will be able to vote online this year in West Virginia, Delaware and New Jersey. Election security experts have some concerns.

Public News Service - NV: Smoking Prevention

Some research shows aerosols from vaping seem to harm pulmonary cells, making those who vape even more susceptible to contracting COVID-19 than smokers. (sarahjohnson1/Pixabay)

LAS VEGAS -- It might seem obvious, but the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has now confirmed that smokers, including those who use e-cigarettes could experience more severe complications if they contract the new coronavirus. It's well known that smoking increases the risk for res

PHOTO: Nevada ranks first in the nation for residents' exposure to secondhand smoke, according to new data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Photo courtesy CDC.

RENO, Nevada - Living and working in Nevada may mean breathing more secondhand smoke than in any other state in the nation. A study by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention ranks Nevada first in the nation for secondhand smoke exposure, said Dr. John Packham, director of health policy rese

PHOTO: The University of Nevada-Reno is considering a campuswide tobacco ban. Image courtesy of the University of Nevada-Reno.

RENO, Nev. - Smoking cigarettes and using any kind of tobacco on the University of Nevada-Reno campus could be a thing of the past under a tobacco policy that may take hold. Enid Jennings, university health educator, said the school is considering a campus-wide tobacco ban. Current rules permit toba

Nevada's jobless rate topped the national average last week -- and some are pointing fingers at Nevada's Clean Indoor Air Act as one of the culprits. Today supporters of the law say it is way too early to pass judgment. The Nevada Department of Employment says a 7 percent increase in jobless clai

Las Vegas, NV - Lawmakers from both sides of the aisle say they want to stub out some of the nation's most preventable health problems, that is those related to smoking. A bi-partisan bill is being considered in Congress that would give the FDA the power to regulate tobacco. Christopher Roller with

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