Popularity of e-cigarettes among children raises concerns

09/16/2010 | AOL News

Some health advocacy associations say the use of electronic cigarettes by teenagers and children is becoming prevalent because of lack of federal laws prohibiting the sale of such products to minors. The University of Michigan's National Poll on Children's Health surveyed 2,061 individuals and found that 91% of them believe that makers of e-cigarettes should be required to conduct safety testing and 85% favor banning sales of the devices to those under 18.

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