Study showed that teens who vape are more likely to start smoking traditional cigarettes than those who never started using e-cigs in the first place.
A report says that e-cigarettes should be widely promoted as a substitute to smoking.
Do you smoke hookah as opposed to cigarettes? You may be inhaling a lot of toxicants.
E-cigarettes are touted as being healthier than regular cigarettes. Now, though, researchers have found that two e-cigarette products damaged cells in ways that could lead to cancer.
A chemical found in certain flavored e-cigarettes may increase the risk of lung problems, according to a recent study.
E-cigarettes are seen as a healthier alternative to smoking. Now, though, researchers have found that chemicals in e-cigarette flavors may be linked to respiratory disease.
E-cigarettes have been heralded as a way for smokers to quit. Now, though, researchers have uncovered some high-reactive free radicals that may pose a major health risk to users.
Former smokers who quit within the last year are more likely to use e-cigarettes, according to a recent study.
The 2014 National Youth Tobacco Survey was given to 22,000 students, showing that e-cigarette use among high school students has severely increased from 4.5 percent in 2013 to 13.4 percent in 2014. The rate more than tripled from 1.1 percent to 3.9 percent for middle school-aged kids over the same p...
The verdict's not yet out on whether or not e-cigarette's are safe. However, new findings published in the journal Health Communications shows that advertisements for them may actually be enticing current and even former tobacco smokers to pick up another cigarette.
Could e-cigarettes lead to the end of cigarette smoking? Scientists have announced that could very well be the case, though first the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) needs to prove that e-cigarettes are safe and regulate them.
The verdict on the dangers of e-cigarettes isn't quite out yet. Some data suggests that replacing tobacco products with vaporized smoke could help to reduce the risk of lung cancer. However, other findings note the uncertainty regarding the devices' safety.