E-cigarettes have been dishonorably discharged from the U.S. Navy. Sorry sailors, but you'll no longer be able to bring Electronic Nicotine Delivery Systems (ENDS) aboard ships, submarines, aircraft, boats, craft, and heavy equipment.
New Yorker Otis Gooding switched to e-cigarettes because he thought they'd be safer than smoking the real thing. But following his terrifying experience with the gadget this week, he may be reconsidering his decision.
Not only are e-cigarettes growing increasingly popular among teenagers, but researchers have found they're also pulling adolescents who otherwise would not have used tobacco products under their influence.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration announced that it would begin regulating all tobacco-related products including cigars, pipe tobacco, hookah tobacco, and e-cigarettes. This new rule will have a profound effect on the e-cig and vaping…
There's been some confusion over the use of e-cigarettes on flights, according to the government. In a bid to clear up the matter, it's just issued a "final rule" explicitly banning the use of the device on planes.
They're often promoted as the safer alternative to cigarettes, but there's nothing safe about an e-cigarette exploding in your mouth. A string of disastrous incidents involving electronic cigarettes has prompted three lawsuits in California
As it turns out, making cigarettes more high tech doesn't make them any better for you. In recent months, emergency cases of liquid nicotine poisoning have increased across the country, prompting an FDA probe into the substance.
Looking for a smarter way to curb your smoking habit? The Kosmo e-cigarette may be your solution. The smart vaporizer is looking to secure funding via IndieGoGo to make its smartphone-connected e-cigarette a reality.