Should e-cigarette liquid safety be improved?

woman vaping in a restaurant
Calls to Australian Poisons Information Centres in recent years include cases where children inhaled e-cigarette liquids, ate cartridges or had liquids splashed in their eyes Writing in the MJA this week, Carol Wylie, Aaron Heffernan, Jared A Brown, Rose Cairns, Ann‐Maree Lynch and Jeff Robinson outlined the increase in calls to Poisons Information Centres (PICs)

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