RICHMOND, VA (WWBT) - New data is showing a sharp increase in the number of children poisoned by nicotine in e-cigarettes, particularly in kids under the age of six.
That information is according to an analysis of calls to the National Poison Data System that was published in the Journal of Pediatrics.
According to CNN, more than 90 percent of kids swallowed the nicotine-laced liquid, known as e-juice, that is smoked inside e-cigarettes.
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