SFATA has named Pamela Gorman, former director of government relations for NJoy, to take over as executive director, succeeding Cynthia Cabrera.
British researchers announced the first ever study of vaping and pregnant smokers. The clinical trial will also follow the babies' health for two years.
The Arab monarchy Oman banned sales of vapor products last year, but internet purchases and smuggling by travelers has kept the market alive.
A coalition of vapor business, consumer, trade and public policy groups is launching a nationwide campaign with a cross-country tour in October.
Nicopure Labs and the Right to be Smoke-Free Coalition have answered the FDA's motion for summary judgement with a bold response.
A new study published in Tobacco Control, based on an NIDA survey, shows that very few teenagers who vape are using nicotine.
A federal judge ruled that Indiana's controversial vaping law violates the Constitution, and the FBI is asking questions about the law's creation.
A new Stanford University study details unicorn imagery in vaping e-liquid marketing, and claims it is aimed at attracting underage customers.
The FDA responded to the vapor industry lawsuit challenging its deeming regulations. In a busy court week, three new amicus briefs were also filed.
Replying to a vaping constituent's letter regarding the FDA's deeming regulations, Sen. Debbie Stabenow (D-MI) displays dangerous ignorance of the rule.