[...] He spoke with us about his recent study examining why e-cigarette users have had such incredible success when compared with other smoking cessation methods.
2014-04-22 | youtube.com
The UK's first electronic cigarette coffee shop allows "vapers" to drink a coffee, buy an e-cigarette and smoke it. It's the latest business in an industry which has grown to $2 billion globally in the last decade, and big tobacco firms are also getting involved. But as Joanna Partridge, regulation may be on the way.
2014-04-21 | theglobeandmail.com
SAN DIEGO - The number of problems involving e-cigarettes is rising, and nearly half of the reports involve children, according to state officials. The popularity of e-cigarettes has exploded, and experts say the number of flavors is endless and very enticing to children.
2014-04-17 | 10news.com
Dr Pat Doorley, Chair of the RCPI Tobacco Policy Group, talks about the impact of policy development in controlling the tobacco epedemic, including tobacco taxation, plain packaging and prohibiting smoking in cars in the company of people under the age of 18.
2014-04-15 | youtube.com
In February 2014, the European Parliament approved a new set of rules regulating electronic cigarettes (e-cigarettes). These new rules, slated to take effect in 2016, would ban the advertising of e-cigarettes, limit the nicotine concentration in e-cigarettes, require e-cigarettes to be childproof, [...]
2014-04-12 | youtube.com