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Federal Regulation On E-Cigs Could Save Thousands of Lives, Expert Claims

By Victoria Kim

Despite being a multi-billion dollar business, electronic cigarettes have managed to avoid federal oversight. MORE  

U.S. Senators Want Stronger Warnings for E-Cigarettes

By Shawn Dwyer

Six Democratic senators wrote a letter to the FDA asking to require labels on all nicotine products, including e-cigs. MORE  

Loose E-Cig Laws Could Mean Fewer Restrictions Later On

By Brent McCluskey

A hodgepodge of state laws could hamper the FDA from enacting federal regulations. MORE  

Study Describes E-Cigarettes as Gateway To Illegal Drugs

By John Lavitt

A pair of scientists claimed in the New England Journal of Medicine that electronic cigarettes can alter brain chemistry like cocaine. MORE  

WHO Calls for Stronger Electronic Cigarette Regulation

By Paul Gaita

The World Health Organization also wants a ban of indoor use of the product until conclusive proof that exhaled vapor is not harmful. MORE  

Electronic Cigarettes Tempt Non-Smoking Teens to Smoke

By Bryan Le

Some say e-cigarettes are saving smokers from regular cigarettes, but they're also dragging teens into the habit. MORE  

E-Cigarettes Are Not As Harmless As We've Been Told

By Victoria Kim

A number of recent studies have shown that vapor contains harmful byproducts that can cause asthma, cancer, and heart disease. MORE  

Toronto Considers Electronic Cigarette Ban

By Bryan Le

The city's Medical Officer of Health is attempting to stop e-cigarette smoking wherever cigarette use is also banned. MORE  

Adults Quitting Smoking Prefer Fun-Flavored E-Cigs

By Bryan Le

Fruity flavors might seem like they're just for kids, but adult e-cig users love them too—and say it helps them quit regular tobacco. MORE  

Scientists Comb Facebook to Understand E-Cigarettes

By Bryan Le

The FDA is funding studies to comb Facebook and count the puffs e-cigarette users take to better understand the new nicotine delivery system. MORE  

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