Tobacco control group wants e-cigarettes banned in Jamaica
The Jamaica Coalition for Tobacco Control (JCTC) says the importation and sale of e-cigarettes in Jamaica should be banned.
Electronic or e-cigarettes are a type of electronic nicotine delivery system (ENDS), which do not burn or use tobacco leaves, but vapourise a solution that is then inhaled.
But according to JCTC e-cigarettes are not safe and may cause irreversible lung damage and lung disease.
Thursday, November 28, 2019
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