Tag: e-cigarette

Kansas Man Files E-Cigarette Explosion Lawsuit

Kansas Man Files E-Cigarette Explosion Lawsuit

A man from Kansas has filed a lawsuit against a vape shop in Wichita after his e-cigarette battery exploded in his pants.

/ March 1, 2018
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E-Cigarette Liquids May Pose Lung Disease Risk

Some e-cigarette flavors may be more dangerous than others, but it is hard for researchers to find out what goes into various "vape juices."

/ December 4, 2017

Growing Concern About Teens ‘Juuling’ in Schools

There's growing concern about a dangerous new trend among teens that most parents have never heard about. It's called "juuling," and students are smoking them in classrooms, at parties, and at home.

/ November 16, 2017
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Vaping Safer than Smoking Cigarettes, Study Finds

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.

/ February 9, 2017
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FDA Will Investigate E-Cig Battery Explosion Risk

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.

/ January 4, 2017
Flavored E-Cigarette Liquids May Be Hazardous

Flavored E-Cigarette Liquids May Be Hazardous

A new study has found that flavoring chemicals in e-cigarette liquids produce dangerous levels of carcinogens when they are vaped.

/ December 5, 2016
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Exploding E-Cig Video Goes Viral

CCTV cameras caught dramatic footage of an e-cigarette battery exploding in the pocket of a nightclub owner in France.

/ November 10, 2016

Exploding E-Cig Victim: “Like an M-80 Went Off In My Mouth”

A man from New York has filed a lawsuit after an exploding e-cigarette burned a hole through his tongue.

/ June 22, 2016
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E-Cigarette Explosion Injuries On the Rise [WARNING: Graphic]

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.

/ May 17, 2016