E-cigarette Emissions Shouldn’t be Called ‘Vapors’ – It Makes Them Sound Less Harmful

E-cigarette emissions are incredibly harmless, and calling them vapor is intentionally misleading, researchers argue. Although the puffs emitted from e-cigarettes aren't smoke, the term 'vapor' usually brings to mind a harmless cloud of water. Therefore, public health experts argue 'aerosol' is a...

Vaper’s Lungs Look Like 70-Year-Old’s – What We Know About The Vaping-Caused Lung Disease

A mysterious lung disease caused by vaping e-cigarettes is already making victims across the world. In Illinois, for example, a teenager who vaped for 18 months showed up to the hospital with the vaping-caused lung disease. According to doctors, a...