Nicotine cap on e-cigs ‘too low’, inquiry told

The UK should rethink restrictions on nicotine levels in e-cigarettes, researchers argue, saying people using lower nicotine concentration e-liquids take longer and more frequent puffs, increasing their exposure to potentially harmful compounds. Addressing a parliamentary inquiry into e-cigarettes last week, smoking cessation expert Dr Lynne Dawkins said there was no evidence for increased harms of ...

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