A new study has found that cancer risks from using e-cigarettes correctly are less than 1 percent those of smoking combustible cigarettes.
Jammu and Kashmir this week became the fifth Indian state to ban the sales of e-cigarettes and vapor products. Combustible cigarettes remain legal.
A University of California-San Diego study shows that smokers who use e-cigarettes try to quit more often and succeed more than smokers who don’t.
The Australian Senate is conducting an inquiry into legalizing vaping with nicotine, and longtime tobacco control activists aren’t happy about it.
An editorial from Dr. Attila Danko of the New Nicotine Alliance-Australia asks whether Prof. Simon Chapman is working against or for Big Tobacco.
Vapers in the U.S. should assume that research studies about e-cigarettes will exaggerate the harms and underplay the benefits of vaping.
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