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World Health Organisation calls for greater regulation to protect children from 'harmful' e-cigarettes

Sky News Tuesday, 27 July 2021
World Health Organisation calls for greater regulation to protect children from 'harmful' e-cigarettesThe head of the World Health Organisation has branded electronic cigarettes "harmful" as he warned their use should be better regulated to protect children and teenagers.
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