More than half of all middle and high school students saw ads in stores.
The industry argues vapor products are safer than traditional cigarettes.
The National Park Service is under pressure to reverse its decision to ban electronic cigarettes in...
The agency sent warning letters to three companies about illegal labeling.
Teens using e-cigs were more likely to try combustible tobacco products.
Health and safety groups say it fought against smoke-free workplaces and higher taxes.
Teens exposed to four TV ads were 50 percent more likely to use e-cigarettes.
Sen. Blumenthal (D-Conn.) says FDA has until the end of summer to finalize its regs.
Clinton has not signaled whether she’ll highlight an issue championed by her husband.
Electronic cigarette use among middle and high school students has tripled, the CDC said.
Flavored liquid nicotine is not designed to attract teens, e-cig advocates say.
HHS was asked to finalize the deeming regs before the FDA commissioner steps down.
Report found 27.9 percent of the uninsured smoke even as overall rates drop.
Senate Democrats say more work is needed to curb smoking among younger Americans.
Industry is hailing a UK study that claims their products are safer than tobacco cigarettes.
Britain's Health Department said e-cigs could be a tool to help people quit smoking.
Liquid nicotine is used in electronic cigarettes and comes in flavors like cotton candy and gummy...
Hawaii became the first state in June to raise the smoking age to 21 statewide.
The agency is also considering child-proof packaging requirements for the substance used in e-...
Sen. Blumenthal said he'll introduce legislation this fall if the agency fails to act.
The Democratic Senator said the new CDC report should be a "wake-up call."
Nicotine is being sold to kids in gummy bear and candy flavors, Rep. Speier said.
Study: 15 to 17-year-olds would be less likely to smoke if legal age was 19, 21 or 25.
A Senate panel approved legislation requiring child-proof packages for liquid nicotine.