Electronic cigarettes, which are increasingly used worldwide, are unsafe and pose health risks, a new study suggests.
To determine the health effects of e-cigarettes, researchers at the University of California (UC), Riverside evaluated five e- cigarette brands and found design flaws, lack of adequate labeling, and several concerns about quality control and health issues.
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