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  1. Vaping e-cigarette

    Vaping impacts blood vessels, even without nicotine

  2. Man vaping e-cigarette

    Dozens of US teens hospitalised with lung disease after vaping

  3. FILE PHOTO: Visitors try out e-cigarette products at a booth during the eCig Expo (IECIE) in Shenzh

    Smoking giant China planning e-cigarette regulation

  4. A woman holds a Juul e-cigarette while walking in New York

    San Francisco officials look to ban sale of e-cigarettes

  5. A man smokes an e-cigarette in New York

    US proposes stricter curbs on e-cigarette sales

    The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is proposing stricter compliance policy for e-cigarette products and prioritizing regulation aimed at ...
  6. E-cigarettes are placed on a shelf for sale in a store in Prague

    E-cigarette use linked to heart trouble: Study

    People who use e-cigarettes are more likely to have heart problems than those who don't, says a study released on Thursday (Mar 7) in the US.
  7. FILE PHOTO: FDA Commissioner Gottlieb speaks during an interview with Reuters in New York

    US FDA chief tough on e-cigs steps down in surprise resignation

    U.S. Food and Drug Administration chief Scott Gottlieb is resigning, the Washington Post reported on Tuesday, citing an unnamed administration ...
  8. E-cigarettes are placed on a shelf for sale in a store in Prague

    Teen e-cigarette use linked to eventual smoking

    Among teens, using e-cigarettes may raise the risk of progressing to cigarette smoking, a new U.S. study suggests.
  9. An electronic cigarette device made by JUUL  is shown in this photo illustration

    Altria says Juul sales skyrocket to US$1 billion in 2018

    Marlboro maker Altria Group Inc said on Thursday its affiliate e-cigarette maker Juul Labs Inc posted US$1 billion in revenue in 2018, up from ...
  10. Saleswoman holds e-cigarette at Vape Shop in Beijing

    E-cigarettes help more smokers quit than patches and gum, study finds

    E-cigarettes are almost twice as effective at helping smokers quit as nicotine replacement treatments like patches, lozenges and gum, according to ...