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E-cig poisonings skyrocket, mostly in kids - KVOA Tucson News

KUTV 2NewsE-cig poisonings skyrocket, mostly in kidsKVOA Tucson NewsE-cig poisonings skyrocket, mostly in kids. An increasing number of people are being injured after coming into contact with e-cigarettes. The problem occurs when people touch or accidentally swallow the liquid nicotine found inside e-cigarettes …E-cig smokers should be aware of danger to children, petsMcDuffie MirrorCDC report… Read More

E-cigarette's liquid nicotine causing poisonings - fox2now.com

E-cigarette’s liquid nicotine causing poisoningsfox2now.comAs electronic cigarettes increase in popularity, calls to the nation’s poison control centers about exposure to the liquid nicotine used in many of the devices have surged, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said Thursday. In February … .

FDA approves heroin overdose antidote

The Food and Drug Administration on Thursday approved an easy-to-use device that automatically injects the right dose of an overdose antidote named naloxone before an ambulance arrives. .

In Children's Hands, E-Cigarettes Can Be Deadly - TIME

Washington PostIn Children’s Hands, E-Cigarettes Can Be DeadlyTIMEOn Thursday, the CDC released a report indicating a “dramatic” rise in e-cigarette-related calls to U.S. poison centers, from one call a month in September 2010 to 215 calls a month in February 2014. More than half of the calls involved children age …E-Cigarette Poisonings Skyrocket, Mostly in… Read More

Oceanside bans puffing e-cigs in public - fox5sandiego.com

Telegraph.co.ukOceanside bans puffing e-cigs in publicfox5sandiego.comOceanside is moving forward with a ban on electronic cigarettes after the City Council voted unanimously Wednesday to prohibit e-cigs wherever regular smoking is banned, such as restaurants, parks and beaches. “Business has been terrific,” said Fabi …The rise of the e-cigaretteTelegraph.co.ukResearchers examine risks and benefits of E-cigarettesNews-Medical.netL.A. e-cigerette ban… Read More

E-Cigarette Poisoning on the Rise, CDC Says - ABC News (blog)

LiveScience.comE-Cigarette Poisoning on the Rise, CDC SaysABC News (blog)They’re supposedly a safer alternative to conventional cigarettes. But electronic cigarettes may actually pose a serious danger to others in your home — particularly children. The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention warned in report …E-cigarettes cause spike in calls to poison hotlines, CDC saysThe Star-LedgerElectronic… Read More

E-cig poisoning on the rise - CBS News

(multiple names)E-cig poisoning on the riseCBS NewsA new report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) finds e-cigarette liquids are behind an alarming increase in the number of phone calls made to U.S. poison control centers. In September 2010, there was an average of one electronic …In Children’s Hands, E-Cigarettes Can Be DeadlyTIMEE-Cigarette… Read More

E-cig rule coming 'very soon,' US FDA chief says - Reuters

E-cig rule coming ‘very soon,’ US FDA chief saysReutersWASHINGTON (Reuters) – The U.S. Food and Drug Administration is “pushing very hard” to release a proposed rule that would establish its authority over e-cigarettes, the head of the agency said on Thursday amid concerns the products pose a risk to …and more .

E-cig rule coming 'very soon,' U.S. FDA chief says

By Ros Krasny WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The U.S. Food and Drug Administration is “pushing very hard” to release a proposed rule that would establish its authority over e-cigarettes, the head of the agency said on Thursday amid concerns the products pose a risk to children. FDA Commissioner Margaret Hamburg told senators at a Congressional budget… Read More

Poisoning from E-Cigarettes on the Rise

Researchers found a steady and rapid increase in the number of calls to poison control centers about e-cigarettes and the liquid nicotine used in them, according to the study, released today (April 3) by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. A total of 215 calls involving e-cigarettes were made to U.S. poison control centers… Read More

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