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E-Cigarettes Exposing Teens To Cancer-Causing Toxins, Report SaysAccording to scientists in California, vaping is exposing teens to "potentially cancer-causing chemicals also found in tobacco cigarettes."
E-Cigarettes Have Chemicals That Are Especially Dangerous For TeensNew research shows teens who use e-cigarettes could be exposing themselves to toxic chemicals.
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.
Vaping May Cause Unique Problems As Bad As Smoking, Study SaysA new study is casting doubts on how much healthier vaping is compared to smoking traditional cigarettes. Researchers say using e-cigarettes can lead to serious health problems, similar to symptoms found in COPD and Cystic Fibrosis.
Anti-Smoking Campaign Endorses Using E-CigarettesThe "Stoptober" campaign will reportedly promote using the controversial devices in their television ads this October.
CDC: High School Students Smoking Less Cigarettes, Opt For E-CigsCigarette smoking among high school students has dropped to its lowest levels in nearly 25 years but something else is concerning health officials.
FDA Brings E-Cigarettes Under Federal AuthorityElectronic cigarette will now be under federal authority - meaning hundreds of brands will have to undergo federal review to stay on the market.
Exclusive: Dangers Of E-Cigs, Don't Get Burned AgainE-cigarettes have become extremely popular as an alternative to smoking tobacco. But in some cases, taking a puff of an e-cig has become even more dangerous than the long-term effects of smoking tobacco.
State Fire Marshal Investigating Two Separate SW Fla. E-Cig Explosions Just a week apart, two Southwest Florida men were seriously hurt when their e-cigarettes exploded.
E-Cig Explosion Puts Man In Hospital, How Users Can Protect ThemselvesOne moment, 21-year- old Evan Spahlinger was smoking his e-cigarette at his home in Naples. The next, he was struggling to breathe and suffering extreme burns.

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