Medical Journal Studies on the Health Effects of E-Cigarettes May Help Local Governments

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California Municipalities Ban E-Cigarettes with Greater FrequencyEvidence continues to drift out of the scientific community as to the health effects of e-cigarettes. The latest, a study by the Journal of Adolescent Health as reported by Stephanie M. Lee on SFGate.com. Published research results in established medical journals may provide information that local governments could consider as part of an effort to address regulatory concerns with the new devices. As their use continues to become more mainstream, local governments will likely face more regulatory issues with e-cigs well before all of the scientific facts come to light.

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California Municipalities Ban E-Cigarettes with Greater FrequencyEvidence continues to drift out of the scientific community as to the health effects of e-cigarettes. The latest, a study by the Journal of Adolescent Health as reported by Stephanie M. Lee on SFGate.com. Published research results in established medical journals may provide information that local governments could consider as part of an effort to address regulatory concerns with the new devices. As their use continues to become more mainstream, local governments will likely face more regulatory issues with e-cigs well before all of the scientific facts come to light.

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