E-cigarette regulations recommended in SA despite ‘unclear’ health risks

ABC, 24 February 2016
Author: Tom Fedorowytsch
“Regulations banning the use of e-cigarettes in non-smoking areas and the sale of the devices to minors could be introduced in South Australia if recommendations from a parliamentary inquiry are met. A State Parliament select committee on e-cigarettes has handed down its findings into the devices, which are used by 1.2 per cent of the SA population. Committee chair said there was still little understanding of the devices.”
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