Tag: Liquid nicotine

6-Year-Old Girl Drinks Liquid Nicotine Used For Parents' E-Cigarettes

A 6-year-old girl suffered nicotine poisoning after accidentally being given liquid nicotine stored in a medicine bottle. The child's ordeal opens up questions about the safety of e-cigarette storage and use.

Public Health January 7, 2017

E-Cigarette Poisoning Surges In Young Children: Study

A new analysis found an alarming surge in e-cigarette poisoning among young children. Immediate government action is called for towards the regulation of these tobacco and nicotine products to lower the numbers and prevent further poisoning.

Public Health May 9, 2016

Liquid Nicotine Can Kill: FDA Urged To Implement Rules For Warning Labels And Childproof Packaging

Increasing incidences of potentially lethal liquid nicotine exposure among children prompted attorneys general of 33 states to urge the FDA to ensure placement of health warning labels and use of childresistant packaging in liquid nicotine-containing products.

Life October 1, 2015

NY Attorney General Blasts Liquid Nicotine Sellers For Inadequate Packaging

Liquid nicotine inappropriately packaged in non-child-resistant containers may be a factor in the increased incidence of poisoning in New York. The attorney general is now telling companies to comply with the law to help safeguard the children from intoxication.

Life June 24, 2015

Vaping Claims First Victim: Toddler Dies From Liquid Nicotine Poisoning

A one-year-old toddler died after accidentally swallowing liquid nicotine from a bottle that did not have a childproof cap. Harmful exposure to the toxic substance has skyrocketed with the growing popularity of electronic cigarettes.

Life December 13, 2014

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