Restrictions on vaping on hospital grounds should be lifted, a pro-smoking group has said.
Broughty Ferry could get its first vaping shop on the former site of a well-known grocer’s.
The number of children and young people who are trying vaping is on the rise, according to a report.
Middle-aged Britons are taking up vaping at the fastest rate of any age group as they seek to join the “fashionable trend”, a survey suggests.
Smokers are almost twice as likely to quit with the help of e-cigarettes than if they rely on nicotine patches or gum, a study has found.
Britain’s biggest e-cigarette retailer has revealed plans to expand its footprint into Europe before making a potential stock market debut as it capitalises on the booming vaping industry.
Around 7,500 vaping kits have been handed out to inmates following a smoking ban in prisons, at a cost of around £150,000, it has emerged.
A shocking new film demonstrates how the toxic chemicals and tar inhaled by an average smoker in just one month compares with not smoking or using an e-cigarette.
Organisations on both sides of the tobacco divide have called on Dundee City Council to support employees who want to quit as best they can.
Dundee City Council workers face disciplinary action if they smoke on shift under a new policy which has been branded “heavy-handed”.
The governor of Perth Prison has given his backing to the controversial move to offer vaping kits to inmates.
Tayside Police have asked folk to let them know if they have been offered cheap vaping equipment after a shop break-in.
E-cigarettes are back in the news after MPs on the Science and Technology Committee (STC) said rules around the devices should be relaxed to help accelerate already declining smoking rates.
The perception that e-cigarettes are safe should be treated with caution, scientists have said as new research suggests vapour could harm lung cells.
Pregnant women who resort to e-cigarettes or nicotine patches to avoid smoking may increase the risk of their new borns becoming cot-death victims, it is claimed.
Smoke from e-cigarettes damages DNA and can increase the risk of cancer and heart disease, scientists have warned.
Two men are to stand trial accused of supplying "psychoactive substances" that they "knew would cause danger to health and life" to customers - some as young as 13 - at their vaping shops.
A bus driver who was sacked for driving without his hands on the wheel has lost an unfair dismissal claim.
Vaping can clear up sore throats – even in non-smokers, according to experts.
Smokers considering making the switch from tobacco to e-cigarettes are being asked to participate in a health study being run by the University of Dundee.