State health officials released an updated health advisory on the health risks associated with the use of e-cigarettes.
The health agency said that advertising spend increase during 2011 through 2014 which also saw a rise in vaping among children and teens .
Harvard University researchers are warning people that a lot of e-cigarette flavorings contain chemicals that can hurt lung health.
Tobacco companies have added some of the strongest health warnings regarding e-cigarettes.
A new study found that e-cigarettes did not help cancer patients quit smoking.
The non-electric inhaler, Voke, created by Nicoventures, which is a subsidiary of British American Tobacco, can soon be prescribed as a smoking cessation aid.
A new report authored by a team of researchers from the United Kingdom called out the World Health Organization's (WHO) recent criticisms surrounding the use of e-cigarettes.
According to the United Nations health agency, countries should regulate these products and prohibit them from indoor use until more research proves that the vapor does not cause any harm to bystanders.
The FDA is spending $270 million on studies that will examine the safety of e-cigarettes.
A new study reported that the e-cigarette market has boomed significantly.
The FDA conducted a cost-benefits study for e-cigarette regulations.
53 scientists penned an open letter urging the World Health Organization not to classify e-cigarettes as tobacco products.
Companies with children's brand name products, such as Thin Mint and Tootsie Roll, want e-cigarettes to stop using their names to describe flavors.
NYC and Chicago will ban e-cigarette use in public places.
The CDC reported that poisoning cases caused by e-cigarettes have increased dramatically over the past four years.