E-Cigarette Related Calls to Poison Control Centers Skyrocket for Children

Exposures among children under the age of 6 increased dramatically from January 2012 to April 2015, according to a report published today in the medical journal Pediatrics.
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Researchers are seeing a large rise in the number of children sickened by. 200 children apportioned by he said Jeffrey month. The numbers up from just fourteen just three years earlier the researchers based on the number of calls made to poison centers in the US for children under the age of six. Researchers say most children are not seriously harm though there is one case of a child being killed by.

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