The Malaysian Council for Tobacco Control says drug pedlars may lace such devices with drugs.
New European research has found that maintaining good cardiovascular health during midlife could help to also promote good brain health later on.
Peka's Shariffa Sabrina Syed Akil says the dumping of plastics will pollute the earth for a long time while smokers bring harm only to themselves.
The WHO argues that there is 'insufficient evidence' to support claims of e-cigarettes' effectiveness in assisting smokers trying to quit conventional ones.
Dealing with triggers is not easy. However, once you can identify your own smoking triggers, you're already halfway to quitting smoking.
Health DG Dr Noor Hisham Abdullah says his ministry is exploring the possibility of working with the private sector and pharmaceutical companies on this.
It urges the health ministry to plug all loopholes in current legislation and anticipate how the tobacco industry will evolve in the future.
Tobacco company says it is ready to roll out its tobacco products but is waiting for price approval from the government.
Greater enforcement plus a more comprehensive review of tobacco and smoking products is needed.
The health ministry says the proposed law will cover the dos and don'ts of the industry and the penalties involved.
Tobacco company claims mini-cigars being sold in East Malaysia are not cigarettes.
Mini-cigars using the brand of a prominent tobacco company are being openly sold without tax stamps or pictorial health warnings.
The use of e-cigarettes began to take off among young Americans in the 2010s, and overtook cigarette smoking in 2014.
A new study finds 58.9% of cigarettes sold in the country are illegal cigarettes.
The findings say nicotine-delivering electronic cigarettes are not, as once feared, a gateway drug for tobacco.
But Health Minister Dzulkefly Ahmad says there will still be designated spots for smokers to light up.
Former health ministry official and a think-tank say heat-not-burn refills need to be treated like cigarettes.
Here's the chance for cigar connoisseurs to clench the championship title at the Astor Bar in St Regis from 7pm tomorrow.
The products, which entered the market last year, have reportedly been banned in neighbouring Singapore.
American researchers find that any amount of smoking – even just one cigarette a day – appears to double sudden infant death risks.
Researchers found various vascular risks factors are linked to greater brain shrinkage, less grey matter and less healthy white matter.
The study showed that smokers had a reduced ability to discriminate between contrasts and colours when compared to the non-smokers.
Deputy Health Minister Dr Lee Boon Chye says the ministry will study the matter and consult with stakeholders.
Perak and Terengganu are just two clubs that have begun efforts to raise awareness among football fans who leave behind a mess of 'kuaci' seeds and cigarette butts.