Lead And Arsenic Found In E-Cigarette Vapors, Study FindsResearchers studied the e-cigarettes of 56 individuals and nearly half of them produced aerosol samples containing dangerous levels of lead in them.
E-Cigarettes As Bad For Your DNA As Smoking Tobacco, Study SaysA brand new test that examines DNA has concluded that the nicotine liquid-filled devices can cause as much damage to humans as standard tobacco products.
Vaping Is Addictive And Can Lead Teens To Smoke, Study Finds10 studies reportedly all showed enough evidence to suggest that nicotine-filled e-cigarettes carry the same addictive potential as standard tobacco products.
Study Says Vaping May Cause Unique Problems As Bad As SmokingA team of researchers found that e-cigarette users had increased levels of chemicals linked to various lung diseases, as well as inflammatory diseases like lupus and psoriasis.
Anti-Smoking Campaign Endorses Using E-CigarettesThe "Stoptober" campaign will reportedly promote using the controversial devices in their television ads this October.
Study Finds E-Cigarette Users More Likely To Kick HabitPeople who use e-cigarettes are more likely to kick the habit than those who do not, a new study found. The research is the largest look yet at e-cigarette users, and found that e-cigarettes play a role in helping people quit.
Austin Bans E-Cigarette Use In Public AreasThe Austin City Council voted unanimously Thursday to add e-cigarettes to the list of tobacco products that are banned in public areas such as parks, restaurants and bars. The ban takes effect on July 3.
Officials: "Troubling" Growth Of Teen E-Cigarette UsageThe rising number of teenagers using e-cigarettes is worrying some health officials.
Senator: Exploding E-Cigarette Recalls Need To Be ConsideredU.S. Sen. Charles Schumer is increasing the heat on the federal government to consider recalling e-cigarette batteries and devices that explode and catch fire, injuring users.
E-Cigarette Fires & Injuries On The RiseThe FDA, which began regulating e-cigarettes in May, identified about 66 explosions related to e-cigarettes in 2015 and early 2016, after recording 92 explosions from 2009 to September 2015.
Surgeon General Calls Youth 'Vaping' A Public Health ThreatThe U.S. surgeon general is calling e-cigarettes an emerging public health threat to the nation's youth.
Study Finds Teens Vaping Sweet Flavors, Not NicotineHealth officials warn that e-cigarettes and other vaping devices are poisoning kids with nicotine. But new research suggests that most teens are only vaping sweet and fruity flavors like strawberry, chocolate and bubble gum.