Store manager Robert Everhart "vaped" an electronic cigarette at MadVapes in Charlotte, N.C. Electronic cigarettes are growing in popularity, but concern lingers nationwide about their safety.
Store manager Robert Everhart "vaped" an electronic cigarette at MadVapes in Charlotte, N.C. Electronic cigarettes are growing in popularity, but concern lingers nationwide about their safety. MCT
Store manager Robert Everhart "vaped" an electronic cigarette at MadVapes in Charlotte, N.C. Electronic cigarettes are growing in popularity, but concern lingers nationwide about their safety. MCT

E-cigarettes more popular, despite health experts' concerns

August 12, 2013 12:00 PM

UPDATED August 13, 2013 09:26 PM

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