A new study has found that many teens using e-cigarettes appear to be inhaling significant quantities of nicotine without realizing.
The US government’s top doctor is taking aim at electronic cigarette brands to prevent millions of millions of teens from getting addicted.
A new large-scale US study has found that daily e-cigarette use can nearly double the risk of a heart attack compared to those who have never used e-cigs, with the
World No Tobacco Day 2018 reminds us all of the dangers of smoking and how it may affect our own health and those around us.
More evidence suggest that e-cigarettes are not a harmless alternative to tobacco cigarettes and that they contain their own mix of toxic chemicals.
Some 3,000 anti-tobacco experts and policymakers convening this week in Cape Town, South Africa confront an industry flush with profits and determined to expand the market for its deadly product.
E-cigarette flavoring chemicals and liquids can cause significant inflammation to monocytes, with many of the flavoring chemicals also causing significant cell death.
Teens who use alternative forms of tobacco, such as e-cigarettes, smokeless tobacco, or tobacco water pipes, are more likely to start smoking conventional cigarettes within a year.