The World Health Organization advises against E-cigarettes
According to reports, the vote was intended to restrict young people through mandatory warnings against its use. This as a result, has led manufacturers of several best electronic cigarette brands to believe that, these voting would throw out many companies and would restrict its choice for users. The European Commission have recently made a proposal that e cigarettes that contain four milligrams or more of nicotine must be classed as medicinal products but an EU parliamentary committee came out with a decision to classify all e cigarettes as pharmaceuticals, regardless of the nicotine content. They believe that classifying electronic cigarettes as medicines would compel the brands to undergo a costly and protracted authorization process before delivering it to users. Hence, only tested products would be allowed to advertise as TV commercials. This decision, as a result, has left electric cigarette users in a state of confusion as they believe that the battery operated devices were the ones that helped them to kick the habit of smoking.
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official GMANews Prices of milled rice are bound to increase during the lean seasonJuly to Augustand likely to be felt by consumers only in urban areas, an official of the Department of Agriculture said Monday. More Manila, Philippines — The Philippine Medical Association (PMA) yesterday asked President Benigno S. Aquino III to ban the sale of electronic cigarettes in the Philippines amid the recent warning issued by the World Health Organization (WHO) that the so-called nicotine replacement therapy given by e-cigs has been proven unsafe for humans. PMA President Dr.
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Citing danger, PMA urges e-cigarettes ban
In the statement, the WHO also mentions the risk of nicotine poisoning, particularly to certian populations like children if they were toswallow the contents of a nicotine cartridge. The second question posed by the WHO is Is use of electronic cigarettes (ENDS) an effective method for quitting tobacco smoking? Again, the global health body answers by saying this has not been scientifically demonstrated. ENDS are often touted as tobacco replacements, smoking alternatives or smoking cessation aids.
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