E-cigarettes have rapidly gained popularity as a low-risk alternative to tobacco. But many questions remain about their safety and utility as a smoking cessation aid. In response to concerns about the use of the products by young people and possible contaminants in the nicotine vapor, the FDA has announced its intent to impose regulations on the devices.
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