Marc Beishon || 1st March 2018 || Marketing & retailing || Health and science | Technology and Innovation | Geographies: North America United States
A study at a top US university claims to have found “significant amounts of toxic metals, including lead” leaking from some e-cig heating coils and present in the inhaled vapour. But the research may be fatally flawed
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