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E-cigarettes can pose a threat to human health and to the environment if they are not disposed of properly. Follow these best practices to safely dispose of e-cig and e-liquid waste:

E-cigarettes can pose a threat to human health and to the environment if they are not disposed of properly. Follow these best practices to safely dispose of e-cig and e-liquid waste:

E-cigarettes can pose a threat to human health and to the environment if they are not disposed of properly. Follow these best practices to safely dispose of e-cig and e-liquid waste:

3.6 million U.S. youth currently use e-cigarettes. As some kids head #BackToSchool , schools face challenges both with confiscated e-cigarettes and with waste littered on school grounds. Learn how schools can safely dispose of e-cigs and e-liquid waste:

FDA issued warning letters notifying 10 companies, including the maker of Puff Bar, to remove flavored disposable e-cigarettes and youth-appealing e-liquid products from the market for not having the required authorization.

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A controversial ban on personal vaping products has been suspended for six months following a backbench revolt. Opponents argue outlawing the importation of liquid nicotine, used in e-cigarettes, would push users back to smoking. #7NEWS 

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Imports of electronic cigarettes & liquid nicotine will be banned nationwide from July 1. Retail sales of e-cigarettes are already banned, but users have been getting around that by ordering them online. Now it will be illegal to import the products without a prescription. #7NEWS 

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A controversial ban on personal vaping products has been suspended for six months following a backbench revolt. Opponents argue outlawing the importation of liquid nicotine, used in e-cigarettes, would push users back to smoking. #7NEWS 

A new ban on importing liquid for e-cigarettes will effectively spell the end of vaping in Australia. Advocates say it will push people back to traditional cigarettes. @dpwinterfield  #9News 

Mounting evidence shows a link between tobacco use and vaping and increased risk for COVID-19. It's time for New York to ban all flavored e-liquid and e-cigarettes.

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The ban, which would cover all flavored e-cigarettes and e-liquid vaping products, would make New York City the most populous jurisdiction in the country to ban flavored e-cigarettes

South Korea advises people to stop using liquid e-cigarettes due to growing health concerns and vows to speed up an investigation into whether to ban sales. More here:

Typical e-cigarettes have between six and 30 milligrams of nicotine per milliliter of vape liquid. One Juul pod packs in 59 milligrams. That’s three times the nicotine levels permitted in the EU, which is why Juul isn’t sold there.

The FDA doesn't require manufacturers of e-liquid, used in e-cigarettes and vaporizers, to submit or list all the ingredients in their products. But researchers suggest inhaling e-liquid compounds regularly could be irritating or even damaging to lungs.

E-cigarettes shaped like USB flash drives, such as JUUL, use liquid nicotine pods that contain nicotine. Nicotine can lead to addiction and harm the developing brain. Know the risks of youth e-cigarette use. #VitalSigns 

The number of adolescents using e-cigarettes is a critical public health concern. Research shows the flavorings added to e-liquid harms your blood vessels and increases your risk of cardiovascular disease and stroke.

Scientists say the tiny metal coils that heat the liquid nitrogen in e-cigarettes may contaminate the resulting vapor with lead, chromium, manganese and nickel.

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