"In public health, there are always trade-offs."
Legalization 2.0 begins December 17. The timing probably couldn’t be worse.
The number of illnesses may be small, but the damage described is drastic: A 17-year-old recently needed a double lung transplant in order to stay alive.
"I'm probably still on some don't-fly list."
New research calls the vaping "gateway theory" into question.
Researchers are at war over prioritizing the dangers of vaping versus the benefits of vaping.
Canada’s lower incidence of vape illness might be related to cannabis legalization.
Instead of banning sales, regulators are trying to figure out what's actually causing harm.
There's a reason—actually, a few—and none of them are very flattering to American politicians.