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Nicotine, the addictive agent found in tobacco cigarettes, is discovered in a number of e-cigarette liquids claiming to be free of it, according to a new study.
Poo, pesticides and nicotine are being inhaled by smokers of nicotine-free electronic cigarettes.
Sixty per cent of “nicotine-free” e-cigarette liquids tested in a new study contained the addictive substance as well as an an “acutely toxic” chemical found in pesticides and disinfectants.
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