Are electric cigarettes really as safe as they claim?

Tom Rawstorne
May 2013
Daily Mail;5/20/2013, p44
ENJOYING a family day out at a fun park over the Bank Holiday weekend, Emma Marshall noticed her daughter Jaimie-Leigh sloping off behind a tree. Suspicious, the mother of two quickly followed — only to discover that her 14-yearold was illicitly satisfying her secret nicotine addiction.


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