Governments should ban the use of electronic cigarettes indoors and in public places and outlaw tactics to lure young users, the World Health Organization said in a report. It also raised concerns about the role of big tobacco companies in the fast-growing market.
Governments should ban the use of electronic cigarettes indoors and in public places and outlaw tactics to lure young users, the World Health Organization said in a report. It also raised concerns about the role of big tobacco companies in the fast-growing market. Nam Y. Huh The Associated Press
Governments should ban the use of electronic cigarettes indoors and in public places and outlaw tactics to lure young users, the World Health Organization said in a report. It also raised concerns about the role of big tobacco companies in the fast-growing market. Nam Y. Huh The Associated Press

World Health Organization urges stronger regulation of e-cigarettes

August 26, 2014 4:42 PM

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