Nicotine Found in Six Out of Ten ‘Nicotine Free’ Electronic Cigarettes

Electronic cigarettes were thought to have been the answer to overcoming nicotine addiction, but a recent study by the Telethon Kids Institute has found that out of ten e-cigarettes claiming to be ‘nicotine free’, six of them contained nicotine. Now, in Australia it is illegal to sell liquid nicotine but the regulation grey area is allowing Australian e-cigarette stores to get away with the sale of e-cigarettes that contain nicotine. To discuss the issue further, we were joined on the Daily by the lead researcher of the investigation, Alex Larcombe.

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