Warning over e-cig risk to children. PICTURE POSED BY MODEL. File photo dated 12/06/13 of a person smoking an electronic cigarette. Health officials should be prepared for an increasing number of children accidentally exposed to concentrated nicotine thanks to the rising use of e-cigarettes, doctors have said. Issue date: Tuesday September 9, 2014. In a letter published in the Archives of Disease in Childhood, experts said there is a danger of children coming into contact with the liquid refills for electronic cigarettes - which could cause "severe symptoms" in youngsters. In a letter published in the journal, the experts from Good Hope Hospital in Birmingham called for enhanced safety surrounding the items. See PA story HEALTH ECigarettes. Photo credit should read: Tim Ireland/PA Wire URN:20865103
Warning over e-cig risk to children. PICTURE POSED BY MODEL. File photo dated 12/06/13 of a person smoking an electronic cigarette. Health officials should be prepared for an increasing number of children accidentally exposed to concentrated nicotine thanks to the rising use of e-cigarettes, doctors have said. Issue date: Tuesday September 9, 2014. In a letter published in the Archives of Disease in Childhood, experts said there is a danger of children coming into contact with the liquid refills for electronic cigarettes - which could cause "severe symptoms" in youngsters. In a letter published in the journal, the experts from Good Hope Hospital in Birmingham called for enhanced safety surrounding the items. See PA story HEALTH ECigarettes. Photo credit should read: Tim Ireland/PA Wire URN:20865103 PA Wire/Press Association Images
Warning over e-cig risk to children. PICTURE POSED BY MODEL. File photo dated 12/06/13 of a person smoking an electronic cigarette. Health officials should be prepared for an increasing number of children accidentally exposed to concentrated nicotine thanks to the rising use of e-cigarettes, doctors have said. Issue date: Tuesday September 9, 2014. In a letter published in the Archives of Disease in Childhood, experts said there is a danger of children coming into contact with the liquid refills for electronic cigarettes - which could cause "severe symptoms" in youngsters. In a letter published in the journal, the experts from Good Hope Hospital in Birmingham called for enhanced safety surrounding the items. See PA story HEALTH ECigarettes. Photo credit should read: Tim Ireland/PA Wire URN:20865103 PA Wire/Press Association Images

Council to discuss expanding Fayette's smoking ban to include e-cigarettes

September 24, 2014 5:18 PM