Malaysia has banned sale of liquids containing nicotine since 2015.
E-commerce giant to stop sale of e-cigarette components amid growing regulatory scrutiny.
The Malaysian Vape Chamber of Commerce urges Putrajaya not to ban vaping ahead of plans to regulate the industry.
San Francisco decides to ban the sale of e-cigarettes in 2020, hoping to curb a surge in vaping among adolescents. But is the policy backed up by the available evidence?
E-cigarettes have no tobacco, but contain nicotine-laced liquids that the user inhales in a vapour.
E-cigarette users are 25% more likely to have coronary artery disease and 55% more likely to suffer from depression or anxiety.
Prof Sanchia Aranda says Malaysia needs to put its foot down on tobacco trade and work on the next big challenge: shisha and e-ciggies.
New US research has found more evidence to suggest that some flavors of e-cigarettes may be more toxic than others due to their mix of chemicals.