Lifestyle Center: Electronic Cigarette
No, your electronic cigarette isn't healthy. There's already reason to believe it could cause a serious lung disease.
The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is under pressure to put clear warning labels on nicotine products.
Electronic cigarettes (e-cigs) are often marketed as a smoking cessation tool, but some experts remain skeptical.
Smoking has been tied to numerous health issues. Now an expert panel has made recommendations for doctors who care for adults and pregnant women who ...
Could vaping be putting young people on the road to traditional smokes? Maybe so.
It appears that many US teens have now found a new use for e-cigarettes — as a low-profile way to get high.
If you weren't already considering switching from traditional cigarettes to the electronic version, you may want to start.
Some say electronic cigarettes may be less harmful than conventional cigarettes. But they may have serious health consequences among teens.
Around the globe, electronic cigarettes are becoming more available. That’s raising red flags for some scientists.
Move over, tobacco. All the cool kids are smoking e-cigarettes.
If you're trying to use an electronic cigarette to curb your addiction to conventional cigarettes, you may be jumping out of the frying pan and into ...
As tobacco and nicotine-related products evolve into new forms, the FDA is taking steps to look out for kids' safety.
Teens likely know that cigarettes are bad for their health, but when it comes to marijuana and e-cigarettes, the truth may be less clear.
The electronic cigarette debate is reaching a fever pitch.
When it comes to addiction to nicotine products, nicotine might not be the only culprit.
A new warning about e-cigarettes has emerged — and this time nicotine may not be the issue.
It's a blooming, billion-dollar industry offering to help you kick the habit — but some health experts have warned against electronic cigarettes du...
Experimenting is often how kids and teens learn. Experimenting with electronic cigarettes, however, may be risky.