A new NIH-funded study shows that during a five-year period, daily e-cigarette users quit smoking at almost twice the rate of non-vapers.
A New York tech company is offering a suite of devices and software that schools can use to detect vaping and bullying by students.
The British government warns travelers to Thailand that they risk 10 years in prison for bringing e-cigarettes or vaping products into the country.
The New York City Council has passed laws that will cap the number of vape shops, and prohibit tobacco retailers from also selling vapes.
Laser therapy company claims 90 percent success in smoking cessation, despite having no approval from the FDA as a cessation therapy.
A new study has found that cancer risks from using e-cigarettes correctly are less than 1 percent those of smoking combustible cigarettes.
A Swiss tourist has been arrested in Thailand for vaping, and charged with illegal importation of banned e-cigarettes. He is out on bail, awaiting trial.
British American Tobacco will join Altria/Philip Morris International is submitting a heat-not-burn tobacco product to the FDA for marketing approval.
The health ministry in India has announced that it is considering a complete ban on sales of e-cigarettes and other vaping products.
FDA Commissioner Scott Gottlieb today announced a dramatic rethinking of how the agency will regulate e-cigarettes, nicotine, and tobacco products.