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Similar to traditional smoking, a vaping habit could also lead to chronic bad breath, the researchers at NYU's College of Dentistry found.
A study found that twice as many kids and young adults who first try a flavoured e-cigarette will still be vaping a year later, compared with those who first try a tobacco-flavoured vape.
E-cigarettes have become hugely popular in the past decade, but a rash of vaping-linked deaths and illnesses in the United States is feeding caution about a product that's already banned in some places.
Researchers found that the emissions from a widely used heat-not-burn device 'do exist' and are not negligible.
A new study found that young women who vape may find it more difficult to conceive due to vaping affecting their eggs.
Investigators don't know the cause and haven't identified a single common brand or drug across all of the cases. Here's what you need to know.
The US Preventive Services Task Force says that more research is needed on ways to help young people quit using tobacco.
An e-cigarette exploded in a US teen's, breaking his lower jaw and leaving him needing multiple operations to repair the damage, according to a case report
A new study found that the belief that e-cigarettes are safer is becoming less prevalent every day.
According to researchers e-cigarettes interfere with the right of infants and children to breathe clean air.
Electronic cigarettes are marketed as an aid to quitting smoking, but most young people who vape say that's not why they indulge.
The chemical pulegone – a known carcinogen – is used as a menthol and mint flavouring in electronic cigarettes, even though it was recently banned in foods.
More than 450 cases of lung injuries, and six deaths, have been linked to vaping. Experts don't know why the devices appear to be so dangerous.
Lung disease, potentially tied to vaping, has prompted the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to advise against the use of e-cigarettes.
The Competition Tribunal has conditionally approved the acquisition of South African e-cigarette seller, Twisp, by international cigarette giant, British American Tobacco.
In a study, nicotine was not all that was found in the vapour of many electronic cigarettes... they also contained bacterial toxins and fungal elements.
According to a study, e-cigarettes can alter your response to viral infections and may make you more susceptible to influenza.
British American Tobacco's share price took a knock on the JSE.
A new study found that e-cigarettes could be more effective than other smoking cessation methods, but must be paired with therapy to be useful long term.
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