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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  

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  

New Study Raises Doubts About Health Benefits of E-Cigarettes

By Shawn Dwyer

Researchers found that many e-cigarette users often use the product while still smoking regular cigarettes; the study also raised questions about claims that they're nothing more than harmless vapor. MORE  

Poison Control Centers Say E-Cigarettes Pose Toxic Risk

By Bryan Le

Recent warnings have been issued stating that more people, especially young kids, are being poisoned by concentrated e-cigarette liquid. MORE  

Morning Roundup: March 26, 2014

By Shawn Dwyer

Brandi Granville admits heavy alcohol and prescription drug use, Los Angeles bans public vaping, CO governor installs beer tap, and babies get free admission to 'Nymphomaniac'. MORE  

New Evidence Casts Doubt on E-Cigs as Quit-Smoking Devices

By Bryan Le

A recent study adds evidence to the "no" side of the debate on whether or not vaping can help people quit smoking. MORE  

Teen Smoking Rates 'Aggravated' By E-Cigarettes, Study Says

By Bryan Le

E-cigarettes aren't stopping teens from smoking. Instead, they're actually helping them keep the habit. MORE  

European Parliament Set to Regulate Electronic Cigarettes

By Bryan Le

The European Union's proposed regulations could set a template for the rest of the world to follow. MORE  

Los Angeles Seeks to Ban Electronic Cigarettes

By Bryan Le

Lawmakers fear that normalizing the act of smoking, even if it's just vaping, could undo decades of anti-smoking efforts. MORE  

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