E-cigarettes declared “a public-health” risk in California


In fact, analysis proved that the liquid solution called the “e-juice” contained in e-cigarettes emits “a toxic aerosol found to contain at least 10 chemicals on California’s official list of carcinogens, including benzene, a component of gasoline, formaldehyde, lead and nickel. So ” e-cigarettes are not safe and pose serious health risks for users, (to) those exposed second hand to the e-cigarette aerosol — and even (to) those who are merely within reach of e-liquid.” Another factor considered when the warning was issued is the danger for children: the bottles and the cartridges that contain the liquid for e-cigs tend not to be equipped with child-resistant caps, creating a potential source of poisoning through ingestion or just through skin contact.


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