New guidelines from health experts mean that e-cigarettes will be prescribed on the NHS to cut smoking rates, despite warnings of the dangers of vaping from the WHO.
A new report from the England's leading health agency wants to stop the vape panic coming from the U.S. in its tracks.
Bad news for vapers, good news for those who hate random whiffs of cotton candy-scented smoke.
The paper, published by the American Heart Association's scientific journal, claimed that vaping could lead to a heart attack.
Many Chinese factories remain closed, and there is widespread fear that vaping hardware won't be shipped to the U.S. until as late as April.
But menthol- and tobacco-flavored products will remain available for purchase.
This is what happens when your industry becomes a national scandal—and a community tries to look after its own.
Vapers were about 30% more likely to have developed a chronic lung disease like asthma or emphysema — but cigarette smokers were worse off.