High levels of sweet and fruit-flavor chemicals found in ‘tobacco-flavored’ e-cigarette liquids


There are now high levels of sweet and fruit-flavored chemicals likely to appeal to young people in e-cigarette liquids ostensibly marketed as “tobacco-flavored,” compared with a decade ago, finds research published today in a special supplement of the journal Tobacco Control.

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