The FDA has finally issued advice on services vape shops may perform without being termed manufacturers under the deeming rule.
Researchers say that since e-cigarette advertisements create hope for smokers, anti-nicotine ads should use viewers' emotions to eliminate that hope.
Scientists claim vape shops are using the Pokemon Go app to market their products to teens. But the evidence is slim, and selling to teens is illegal anyway.
The final piece of the video documenting the cross-country Right To Vape Tour was just released. The tour is over, but vaping still needs your help.
An Indiana state senator will introduce legislation this week to eliminate the state-mandated monopoly that has stifled the e-liquid market.
Dr. Thomas Frieden will resign as Director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on the same day Donald Trump is inaugurated as president.
Mastercard is about to make ordering vapor products online a lot more difficult. Will the other major credit card companies soon follow their lead?
After failing to pass a law, Sen. Richard Blumenthal (D-CT) is calling on U.S. airlines to ban e-cigarettes and vapor products from carry-on baggage.
A look at IQOS, the heat-not-burn product that Philip Morris claims will revolutionize the nicotine market. How does it work, and who is it for?
A Pennsylvania vapor products distributor has sued the state over the 40 percent e-cigarette tax that has shut down 70 businesses already.