Ban on Indoor E-Cig Smoking Requested
The World Health Organization is suggesting that the vapors from e-cigarettes still increase the levels of toxins in the air, including nicotine. The agency is now calling for standardized regulations preventing indoor usage.
It’s also requested that advertisers and the indurstry not be permitted to make unproved health claims for their e-cigs.
The e-cigarette industry has grown significantly to about $3 billion dollars per year.