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E-Cigarettes’ Liquid Drug Can Kill (The New York Times)

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Matt Richtel of The New York Times explores the risk associated with the liquid being used in electronic cigarettes. Ritchel notes that the liquid nicotine is not only highly dangerous, but unregulated and often mixed on factory floors and in the back rooms of “vaping” shops. Toxicologists warn that e-liquids pose a significant risk to public health, particularly to children, who may be drawn to their neon-bright colors and fragrant flavorings like cherry, chocolate, and bubble gum. Read more about the dangers and risks associated with liquid nicotine in the news article.