Austin, TX -- (SBWIRE) -- 01/03/2014 -- With electronic cigarettes picking up in the market, certain allegations are being attached to it. The increased popularity of these battery operated device has raised the concern of the health officials all across the United States. In a Kosair Children's hospital report it was mentioned that there is a 161 percent increase in calls from people with concerns regarding electronic cigarettes across the US. A regional poison control center at the Louisville, had received close to 40 calls about e cigarettes so far this year.
Ashley Webb, director of the Kentucky Regional Poison Control Center says, “More than half of the calls we have received were concerning children, Kids are picking up the liquid cartridge when cartridges are left accessible or when an adult is changing the cartridge”. All these calls have certainly raised the concerns of the health officials in the US regarding these vapor cigarettes.
Recently there was news which said that a fire broke out in a Phoenix apartment due to electronic cigarette. There are several reports of electronic cigarette related fires which involves various names of top electronic cigarette brands across the country. But how many of these allegations are true. The fire in the apartment can be due to overcharging of the battery operated device by the smoker.
This is the fault of the smoker not the electronic cigarettes, the smoker should thus buy electronic cigarette with utmost care and caution. Moreover he increased concern of the parent is obvious because these battery operated device are still not regulated by FDA.
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