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The FDA demanded 44 vape pod types be removed from store shelves after finding they were illegally sold. Vaping has been recently linked to lung infec...
New data suggests the e-liquids used in vapes aren't as harmless as manufacturers may make them out to be.
14 teens have been hospitalized due to breathing problems after vaping. In most cases, vaping marijuana is still safer than smoking it.
Certain trendy vape pens could be dangerous because they may contain chemicals or other ingredients harmful to your health.
As the debate over the safety of e-cigarettes continues, more evidence suggests certain ingredients could be harmful to users' health.
Juul targeted kids in its advertising and told high-school students its e-cigs were ‘totally safe,’ according to congressional testimony
Juul executives appeared at a congressional hearing this week on the e-cigarette company's role in marketing its vapes to teens.
Patrick DeGrave said his 26-year-old brother, who has not been publicly named, was hospitalized in critical condition this week after vaping THC.
E-cigarette advocates are furious about San Francisco’s new ban, and a public health official said it’s an ‘ideological vendettaR...
Some health policy experts say San Francisco's e-cigarette ban doesn't appropriately weigh the risks to teens with the benefits for former smokers.
San Francisco’s most popular e-cigarette brand Juul may have pushed rival brands to compete in a ‘nicotine arms race.’ Now all e-cig...
Some experts say higher nicotine e-cigs like Juul may be as harmful as traditional cigarettes. The San Francisco ban is the first in the U.S.
Cigarette smoking is at an all time low, but college students are increasingly turning to vaping, and schools are scrambling to regulate it
Despite widespread university bans specifically targeting the products, vaping remains prevalent in dorm rooms, libraries, bathroom stalls, and even classrooms.
A vape pen exploded in the mouth of a 17-year-old teen, leaving him with multiple injuries, according to a medical case published Wednesday.
Spirit Airlines reportedly banned a passenger for life after he vaped at his seat, exhaled in a bag, and set off the smoke alarm mid-flight
The 30-year-old man from Florida also drank from several bottles of alcohol he brought on board, the New Orleans Times-Picayune reported.