The use of nicotine in most e-cigarette brands as well as the emergence of different flavours, along with reports of many other health risks including severe lung illnesses associated with vaping has made e-cigarettes as controversial as tobacco itself.
NEW DELHI: The centre today banned e-cigarettes in India, highlighting the side-effects and health hazards of vaping, the term used as a parlance for 'smoking' e-cigarettes. Announcing the ban on e-cigarettes, Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman played a video highlighting the harmful effects of e-cigarettes.
__Reference from NDTV
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