Research Shows Vaping-Related Lung Disease May Be Caused By Chemical ExposureLung damage in those using e-cigarettes might be caused by chemicals in the vape liquid, according to a letter published Wednesday in the New England Journal of Medicine.
Research Looks At Possible Health Impacts Related To Flavored Vaping ProductsNew research is looking at the possible health impacts related to using flavored products.
Vape Shop Owner: Ban On Flavored Products Would ‘Shut Us Down’If the Trump Administration goes through with a ban on all flavored vaping products, a Fort Lauderdale vape shop owner believes his business would go up in smoke.
Tips For Parents To Communicate With Tweens And Teens About The Dangers Of VapingAs two more deaths linked to vaping were confirmed on Friday, parents might be wondering what steps they can take to protect their teens and tweens from the possible dangers of vaping products.
Health Officials Urging Public To Stop Using E-Cigs After Several Vaping-Linked DeathsHealth officials are urging the public to stop using e-cigarettes as they continue to investigate an outbreak of respiratory illnesses and deaths linked to vaping.
State Senate Starts Carrying Out Vaping BanA voter-approved ban on electronic smoking devices in workplaces is moving forward in the Senate without a proposal by anti-smoking advocates to redefine vaping devices as tobacco products.
Surgeon General Declares E-Cig Use Among Teens An "Epidemic"The government's top doctor is warning parents, doctors and health professionals about the dangers of e-cigarettes.
Study Finds Big Jump In Number Of Teens Who VapeThe number of teens who use vaping devices has taken a big leap in the last year.
Miami Beach Adopts Legislation To Protect Youth From Dangers Of E-CigarettesThe City of Miami Beach is saying no to e-cigarettes.
FDA Wants To Crack Down On Teen VapingWith more and more teenagers vaping, the FDA is launching a hard-hitting campaign aimed at keeping young people from using e-cigarettes.
Teen Develops 'Wet Lung' After Vaping For 3 Weeks, Doctors SayA teen in Pennsylvania had to be placed on a breathing machine after doctors say she developed "wet lung" from vaping.