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."
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 SaysResearchers say using e-cigarettes may cause serious health problems including COPD and Cystic Fybrosis.
Anti-Smoking Campaign Endorses Using E-CigarettesThe "Stoptober" campaign will reportedly promote using the controversial devices in their television ads this October.
Officials: E-cigarette Battery Likely Cause of Small McCarran Airport FireFire officials believe a passenger's e-cigarette battery caused an explosion in his pocket at a Las Vegas airport.
Poison Control Cases Up Due To E-Cig
Health District Issues Advisory Regarding E-Cigarettes
Tempe City Council Bans E-Cigarettes In Public PlacesThe Tempe City Council has banned electronic cigarettes from being used in restaurants, bars and enclosed public places in the city.
Masto, Other AGs, Urge Regulation Of E-cigarettes Forty attorneys general including Nevada Attorney General Catherine Cortez Masto are urging the U.S. Food and Drug Administration to meet its own deadline and regulate electronic cigarettes in the same way it regulates tobacco products.
Study: Children's Use Of E-Cigarettes On The RiseChildren—like adults—are increasingly trying electronic cigarettes, according to the first large national study to gauge use by middle and high school students.