The American Medical Association on Tuesday called for an immediate ban on all electronic cigarettes and vaping devices.
Minneapolis officials announced Tuesday that batteries will no longer be allowed in recycling picked up from residential properties due to concerns they could start fires.
President Trump said his administration will pursue raising the age to purchase e-cigarettes to 21 in its upcoming plans to combat youth vaping.
The CDC said the chemical compound was found in lung fluid from 29 patients tested in a government lab.
Authorities are warning people about the dangers of alcohol vaping after they recently confiscated an alcohol vaping device from a bar in Hampton Minnesota.
Hennepin County says it will no longer collect batteries at some public facilities due to the fire hazard posed by e-cigarettes.
The warnings were similar. But at two separate news conferences, Minnesota lawmakers on Monday foreshadowed a difficult road ahead to snuff out a vaping craze among teenagers.
Gov. Tim Walz saw Minnesota’s vaping problem Tuesday through the lens of eight Hopkins High School students, who warned him that addiction is more widespread than state officials have previously said.
The Hennepin County Sheriff's Office announced they will accept vaping devices for the first time during next weekend's Drug Take Back Day.
At least 33 people have died from illnesses related to vaping, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention announced Thursday.
Two more people in Minnesota have now died from severe lung injuries associated with vaping, bringing the total number of vaping-related deaths in the state to three, health officials said Wednesday.
For weeks, we've heard from doctors, parents and government officials about the vaping epidemic. Now, as one Minnesota city hears from the teens at the center of it all, another city joined 50 others in raising the tobacco sale age to 21.
A public forum in West Saint Paul on Thursday brought law enforcement, education, and health officials together with a singular goal: To warn of the dangers associated with vaping.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention are warning people to stop using THC vaping products as doctors continue to examine lung injuries across the country.
Prosecutors have filed charges after thousands of illegal THC vape cartridges were seized in a bust in Coon Rapids, Minnesota on Monday.
Police say they have seized a record amount of illegal THC vaping cartridges in Coon Rapids worth millions of dollars.
Juul Labs CEO Kevin Burns announced Wednesday that he is stepping down, while the e-cigarette company also announced that it will stop all print, digital and broadcast advertising in the U.S., effective immediately.
Walmart will stop selling e-cigarettes at its U.S. locations amid growing “regulatory complexity” and “uncertainty” regarding the products that have recently come under scrutiny, according to a company memo.