This year, the annual U.K. stop-smoking event Stoptober will recommend for the first time that smokers try to quit with e-cigarettes.
Sen. Dick Durbin (D-IL) has introduced a bill that would modify tax rates of tobacco products, taxing low-risk products at rates equal to cigarettes.
The National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health found that “vaping-related chemicals” in a vape shop’s air were below occupational exposure limits.
Vapor products and e-liquid companies have until Sept. 30 to register their facilities with the FDA, and provide a list of all the products they make.
Slissie is a diet aid that uses propylene glycol and food flavorings to provide a blast of flavored air that is positively, definitely not a vaping product.
Philip Morris International has committed to spending $1 billion over 12 years on a research foundation with the “goal of eliminating smoking worldwide.”
Connecticut Gov. Dannel Malloy has proposed a 75 percent wholesale tax on all e-cigarettes and vaping products as part of a new budget proposal.
Irish budget airline Ryanair has changed its baggage policy to prohibit e-cigarettes and vaping products from both checked and carry-on luggage.