E-cigarettes have proved a useful tool to stop many smoking, but they may have their own health problems too.
A chemist assesses the potential risks of electronic cigarettes.
Looking for a gateway effect between e-cigarettes and smoking is understandable. But is it the best question to ask about e-cigarette use?
There are plenty of strategies to reduce tobacco use – especially in young people – that don't go as far as a total sales ban.
Australia's ban on e-cigarettes is ethically murky. It's a paternalistic policy that denies adult smokers the right to use a less harmful form of nicotine.
A study published today in the leading journal Addiction might just change everything for electronic cigarettes