Cigarette smokers who switch to e-cigs or “vapes” can significantly reduce their intake of deadly chemicals, but only if they quit smoking completely, according to a new study.
There have been over 200 reports of e-cigarettes exploding when the lithium-ion batteries overheated. Just days ago, video cameras caught one exploding in the pocket of a man on a bus in California.
A new study has found that flavoring chemicals in e-cigarette liquids produce dangerous levels of carcinogens when they are vaped.
CCTV cameras caught dramatic footage of an e-cigarette battery exploding in the pocket of a nightclub owner in France.
A man from New York has filed a lawsuit after an exploding e-cigarette burned a hole through his tongue.
In the last decade, millions of smokers switched to vaping e-cigarettes thinking it was safer. Unfortunately, over 150 explosions have been reported and dozens of people have been severely burned, blinded, or permanently scarred.