Doctors group the Royal College of Physicians (RCP) in Wales has published its response to the Welsh Government's proposal to ban the use of e-cigarettes in public places.
It says it doesn't support a ban because the devices can help people give up conventional cigarettes. But it does support better regulation and a ban on the sale of electronic cigarettes to people under 18.
The RCP says smoking accounts for approximately 5,450 deaths every year in Wales where it is estimated that 14,500 young people a year take up smoking.
The Welsh Government has said there is a risk e-cigarettes could 'normalise' smoking once again. It say it will consider all responses to its consultation in due course.
More top news
A dry night with incredibly mild temperatures. Setting us up for another lovely day tomorrow!
Chris Coleman has played down reports linking him to the vacant managers post at Crystal Palace
A woman who has suffered multiple injuries in the Manchester Arena terror attack may have died if her phone hadn't shielded the blast.