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E-cigarettes help quit smoking according to English research

The use of e-cigarettes raised several controversies over the last few years. A recent study from the from University College of London (UCL) found these devices helped about 16,000-22,000 English smokers quit in 2014.

Teen vapers more likely to turn to tobacco products

The debate about e-cigarettes and the relationship to tobacco products has moved up a notch following a new study about teen vapers in the U.S. The study shows a link to tobacco products.

ASA bans e-cig ad for 'glamorizing' smoking

After receiving 199 complaints that e-cigarette maker VIP electronics new ad ‘glamorized’ smoking, the Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) has banned the advertisement.

Under cloud of controversy, cannabis e-cigarettes debut in UK

Over protests from members of the French government and health groups, the first electronic cannabis cigarette is available in the UK.

E-cigarette use up among teens, US drug survey finds

The National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) reports that the use of cigarettes, alcohol and the abuse of pain relievers by teenagers all declined during 2014 even as marijuana usage remained stable.

E-cigarettes and vaping banned on London public transport

London - The sudden rise in popularity of E-cigarettes has helped many people ease or eliminate their need for cigarettes, but has left the law playing catch up. Vaping is finally having rules and laws put into place to make it more difficult to do.

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