Children, Most Common Victims of Nicotine Poisoning - Everythinglubbock.com
Americans are expected to buy more than a million liters of electronic cigarette juice this year. But the people it's most likely to harm, are the least likely to use it.
More than half of all nicotine poisoning victims are children, according to data from both the Texas Poison Control Network and federal agencies. Even more alarming is the fact that the majority are small children, ages 0-5. And all it takes is one spill to soak through the skin and into the bloodstream.
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