Whilst E-Cigarettes can be argued to a viable tool in combating addiction to cigarettes, the topic of the danger posed by E-cigarettes is often disputed. This article, published in Medical News Today, reflects the health risks associated with the use of e-cigarettes, devices viewed as harmless by some. The investigation, conducted at the New York School of Medicine, found mice exposed to electronic cigarette vapour experienced damage to cells within the lungs, bladder and heart. Despite these finding, another academic at Queen Mary University, disputes the study’s controversial findings. Despite the polarity of the study’s findings, the article proves for interesting reading.