An independent review has estimated e-cigarettes are at least 95 per cent less harmful than smoking tobacco.
In an article co-commissioned with The Conversation, Professor Linda Bauld – Director of the Institute for Social Marketing at the University of Stirling, and Cancer...
Children aged 11 to 16 who have never smoked do not regularly use e-cigarettes, according to new Cancer Research UK data.
Yesterday, our chief executive, Harpal Kumar, spoke at the Parliamentary launch of Action on Smoking and Health’s (ASH) new report, Smoking Still Kills.
A new Welsh bill has set out proposals for banning e-cigarettes indoors, due to fears the devices could make tobacco smoking seem normal again.
A team at the University of Pennsylvania found that financial incentives, offered as a reward, gave smokers extra motivation to quit.
Smokers who use e-cigarettes seemed to be most likely to have stopped smoking if they regularly use the newer generation ‘tank’-style devices.