FDA Says 'Too Many Kids' Experimenting With E-Cigarettes, VapingThe popularity of e-cigarettes among younger Americans is drawing mounting scrutiny from federal regulators.
Teen Develops 'Wet Lung' After Vaping For 3 Weeks, Doctors SayA teen in Pennsylvania had to be placed on a breathing machine after doctors say she developed "wet lung" from vaping.
Lead And Arsenic Found In E-Cigarette Vapors, Study FindsResearchers studied the e-cigarettes of 56 individuals and nearly half of them produced aerosol samples containing dangerous levels of lead in them.
'Juuling' Teens Use Stealthy E-CigarettesVaping devices are so small now, they are easy for kids to conceal. Districts are cracking down and warning parents.
Vaping May Cause Unique Problems As Bad As Smoking, Study SaysResearchers say using e-cigarettes may cause serious health problems.
2 investigators: Smokers Get Burned From Exploding E-Cigarettes2-Investigator Pam Zekman looks into this troubling trend.
Health Experts Back E-Cigarette Tax PlanMayor Rahm Emanuel has backed a new tax on electronic cigarettes as part of his 2016 budget plan. Standing with health professionals and others at City Hall on Thursday, Ald. Proco Joe Moreno (1st) applauded the measure as well.
Emanuel To Seek $500M Property Tax HikeMayor Rahm Emanuel will seek a massive property tax hike later this month, as he seeks to shore up police and firefighter pension funds, and close a $750 million budget hole.
Indiana Lawmakers To Consider Imposing New Safeguards, Taxes On E-CigarettesRepublican state Rep. Ed Clere of New Albany said Friday the bill he'll sponsor is aimed at combatting the growing use of e-cigarettes among Indiana's youth.
Ban On Indoor Use Of E-Cigarettes Begins In ChicagoEarlier this year, the City Council voted to add e-cigarettes to the city’s indoor smoking ban, which prohibits smoking in bars, restaurants, and inside most other public buildings. Effective Tuesday, use of e-cigarettes has been added to that ban.
Chicago Beats Feds To Regulation Of 'E-Cigs' They're called e-cigarettes. While the battery-operated device has its critics, some say it has helped them stop smoking. CBS 2's Suzanne Le Mignot reports.
City Touts Decline In Teen SmokingFewer than 11 percent of Chicago high school students reported smoking last year.