E-Cigarettes Have Secondhand Adverse Effects

Tweet SAN DIEGO — Almost one-third of adverse-event reports for e-cigarettes are related to secondhand exposure, according to a US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) analysis. The numbers are increasing, and complaints are consistent with airway irritation, nicotine exposure, and possible nicotine toxicity. “We need to start to understand these products better, not only in users, where we have very few data, but also in nonusers,” s ... Jump to full article >>