An article in The Raw Story purportedly about the rise of electronic cigarettes gave way to providing a summary of all the popular prohibitionist arguments against the e-cigarette. Everything from gateways, to youth abuse and carcinogens were represented. Not so much about the actual rise of the devices other than mention of NJoy's commercial.
The UN’s health organ said some testing “suggests the presence of other toxic chemicals, aside from nicotine”, and “strongly advised” consumers not to use them.
I think that last part was a typo, but I'll let you all channel your inner middle schooler and make your own inappropriate jokes. Moving on to a little more mature thought here, isn't it odd that in the first sentence the WHO says that safety hasn't been scientifically demonstrated, but the second sentence there seems to be no requirement for risks to be scientifically demonstrated. Peculiar.