The vaping industry and health advocates want smoking teens to be allowed to use vapes instead.
Researchers say it's because they don't go out smoking and drinking anymore.
"It's very lucky because I may have not made it."
We've spent the last year or two really struggling with capacity."
"We didn't realise the doctors in charge of resuscitation weren't competent at doing that either."
And it's better they experiment with vapes than booze or weed, researchers suggest.
Almost half have come into conflict with friends and family over their excessive time online.
That's despite rates of abuse falling.
One study says four out of five kids have damage to their eyes by the time they reach 15.
Auckland Council Says it is unaware of any injuries relating to the slide, despite reports.
The UN's Committee against Torture upheld a complaint from a former Lake Alice patient.
It's also alleged they were mentally and physically abused.
Her family are struggling to come to terms with the loss.
"It's simply just not right."
"This puts me and many other mamas at risk."
But she says it's not representative of other similar cases.
New research has revealed the long-lasting damage a measles infection can do.
But experts say while the results are plausible, they're sceptical.
US health regulators found asbestos in samples taken from a bottle purchased online.