The more scientists learn about the slumbering brain, the more they realize how vital sleep actually is. Now some researchers hope to develop it into a form of medicine.
Not quite an e-cigarette and not the old paper kind either, the Iqos is the latest controversial device to enter the vaping wars.
The synchronized brain waves of non-REM sleep may play a key role in preventing toxins from accumulating in a person’s brain.
Vaping opponents criticize plan to continue selling the popular mint and menthol flavors.
The lucky devils who thrive on just a few hours’ sleep may be benefiting from a gene mutation that increases wakefulness and keeps memory intact.
E-cigarettes can be more addictive and even harder to quit than regular cigarettes, so kicking the habit may take even more vigilance.
There’s almost no data on how the cannabis extract works in humans, but the sports world is embracing it anyway.
At a hearing, politicians spar over vaping’s lax enforcement, while Juul and other e-cigarette makers face a growing backlash.
That’s why all those weird, possibly toxic flavorings are allowed—and the lax regulatory environment goes back a century.
A study in mice finds that inhaling the vapor from an e-cigarette—no nicotine needed—raised their odds of dying after exposure to the flu virus.