For now, the FDA is targeting the vaping products that are most popular with teenagers. But the industry still faces a potentially devastating regulatory deadline.
The government and the press focus on newfangled contraptions instead of drug-related harm.
Although Teenagers Are 80% Less Likely to Smoke Than They Were in 1999, the CDC Insists No Progress Has Been Made
The agency’s indifference between smoking and vaping is scientifically indefensible.
Sexually scarring children with unnecessary strip searches to prevent them from committing misdemeanors
The distinction the presidential adviser draws between e-cigarettes and other vaping devices contradicts the FDA's understanding of its authority.
As the FDA Prepares to Ban E-Cigarette Flavors, the Government's Own Data Contradict Wild Claims About Adolescent Nicotine Addiction
The ban's supporters falsely claim that "a whole generation of young people" is "addicted to these products."
An analysis of survey data finds that pre-existing differences entirely explain the association between e-cigarette use and current smoking among teenagers.
Students should avoid e-cigarettes because they "have chemicals in them," a lesson warns.
Congressional Hearings Conflate Vaping With Smoking, Legal E-Cigarettes With Black-Market THC Products
Democratic legislators ignore the tremendous harm-reducing potential of smoke-free nicotine delivery.
The FDA Plans To Ban Flavored E-Cigarettes Based on a Nonexistent 'Epidemic' of Adolescent Nicotine Addiction
A new study indicates that heavy vaping remains rare among teenagers who don't smoke.
Compelling Testimony Against Michigan's Ban on Flavored E-Cigarettes Highlights the Deadly Folly of the Vaping Crackdown
The real "public health crisis" is not underage vaping but the one that Michigan, New York, and the FDA are about to create.
As the popularity of e-cigarettes has exploded, smoking rates among high school students have reached record lows.
By dramatically reducing the harm-reducing alternatives to conventional cigarettes, the plan is likely to result in more smoking-related disease and death.
Michigan Governor's Reckless E-Cigarette Ban Relies on a Breathtakingly Broad Reading of Her Authority To Protect 'Public Health'
Gretchen Whitmer has unilaterally decided that Michigan smokers should not be allowed to buy flavored e-cigarettes.
That's the opposite of the fear underlying the FDA's crackdown on e-cigarettes.
Survey data contradict fears that underage cannabis consumption would rise after states allowed recreational use by adults.
What happens when a kid raised by "all-natural" parents wants to make a different choice?
The cops were there to break up a fight, not start one.
The upshot could be more smoking-related disease and death.
Past-month vaping did not predict experimentation with cigarettes in a large sample of teenagers.
New study trashes crappy consensus correlating gaming violence and aggression in real life
One survey shows cigarette use holding steady, while another shows it continuing to fall.
In the name of fighting "the epidemic of youth e-cigarette use," Jerome Adams wants to raise prices and ban indoor vaping.
Is e-cigarette use by teenagers a public health disaster or a public health boon?
A favorite prohibitionist theme is refuted by reality.
Declines in Adolescent Smoking Accelerated As Vaping Rose, Suggesting the FDA's Campaign Is Fatally Misguided
Even among teenagers, efforts to prevent underage e-cigarette use may do more harm than good.
If the FDA does not try to reduce underage vaping, Gottlieb says in a Reason interview, congressional intervention could wreck the industry.
The FDA's decree will make vaping less appealing and less accessible to smokers interested in switching.
The company's plan to prevent underage vaping, which includes limits on constitutionally protected speech, goes beyond what the FDA is expected to require.
The new rule, aimed at preventing underage consumption, threatens public health by making vaping less appealing and less accessible to adult smokers.
Will ending capitalism also end global poverty? The for-profit magazine seems to think so.
A new Public Health England report suggests the U.S. has fallen far behind in taking advantage of this harm-reducing alternative.
The Supreme Court nominee's teenaged tippling was typical, although the law pretends otherwise.
The senator's claim is based on some highly implausible assumptions.
The agency is willing to sacrifice the lives of adult smokers in the name of preventing adolescent vaping.
The House Criminal Justice Committee just voted unanimously in favor of a bill to ban sexting by anyone under age 19.
What if the e-cigarette features that appeal to teenagers also appeal to grownups?