Experts say vapes get young people hooked on nicotine and contain plastic and batteries


Single-use vapes ‘harm children and the environment and should be banned’: Experts say the devices get young people hooked on nicotine and contain plastic and batteries

  • Single-use e-cigarettes are a ‘rapidly escalating threat’, say health groups
  • Therese Coffey and Health Secretary Steve Barclay wrote an open letter
  • Cheap vapes are getting children hooked on nicotine, it was claimed
  • About 1.3 million disposable vape devices are thrown away each week 



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