India is considering a ban on electronic cigarettes over the risks to public health that they may cause, a senior Health Ministry official told Reuters.
The World Health Organization (WHO) in August called for stiff regulation of
A group of 53 leading scientists has warned the World Health Organisation (WHO) not to classify e-cigarettes as tobacco products, arguing that doing so would jeopardize a major opportunity to slash disease and deaths caused by smoking.
People smoking e-cigarettes could be inhaling dangerous substances contained in anti-freeze, it has been claimed.
The latest research by the US Food and Drug Administration concluded that the cartridges used contain glycol ethylene, which