Health authorities in Taiwan are planning to ban the sales of e-cigarettes and hookah products, as part of a revision of the country’s tobacco regulations.
The FDA-funded tobacco control research operation at the University of California is paying $2,000 to study smokers who claim to also vape.
ProVape, an iconic American manufacturer of vaping equipment, closed its doors after years of struggling to compete in a market it helped create.
British smokers are switching to e-cigarettes faster than in other European countries, probably because public health agencies have encouraged vaping.
A new study shows that pregnant teens in areas where e-cigarettes were unavailable because of age restrictions smoked more than typical pregnant women.
The Australian government confirmed that it won’t change its position on nicotine for e-cigarettes and vaping. Recreational nicotine will remain illegal.
A federal appeals court has reversed a lower court decision and overturned major parts of Indiana’s infamous monopolistic vaping law.
Public health officials in Wales are calling for a ban on sweet e-liquid flavors that most adult vapers prefer, insisting they are aimed at children.
Apple is rejecting new apps for its iOS products that are tobacco- or nicotine-related, including apps centered around vaping and e-cigarettes.
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s proposed 2017 budget includes a wholesale tax on vaping e-liquid that would make it less attractive to quitting smokers.