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E-cigarettes contain chemicals that make some 'as harmful as normal tobacco'Findings from the National Consumers' Institute said it tested ten

different rechargable and disposable models for carcinogenic and toxic

propertiesResearchers 'detected a significant quantity of carcinogenic molecules in the vapour of these cigarettes which have thus far gone undetected'Report also criticised certain

models for lacking child-proof safety caps because nicotine levels

contained could be

lethal to childrenToxic levels of various molecules were found in some of the e-cigarettes meaning they could be just as dangerous as traditional cigarettes []Cheapest Marlboro Cigarettes Free Shipping[/url]. Image shows lung cancer cells

French Health Minister Marisol Touraine announced in May that the ban on smoking in public places would be extended to cover electronic cigarettes []Cigarette Tobacco For Sale Online[/url], and that they would be subject to the same controls as tobacco.

The move has sparked outrage among sellers and users of the battery-powered devices which contain liquid nicotine that is turned into a vapor when inhaled.

Ms Touraine said: 'The e-cigarette is not an ordinary product []Newport Menthol Cigarettes[/url].

'We need to apply the same measures as there are for tobacco.

'That means making sure it cannot be smoked in public places, that its sale is restricted to over 18s and that firms are not allowed to advertise the products.'

E-cigarettes are currently legal to use in bars and restaurants and all other public places, where traditional smoking has been banned for five years []Cheap Cigarettes[/url].

A ban would harm the booming e-cigarette industry in France, where around one million people now use the gadgets, vendors insist.

'Twenty percent of our business is selling disposable e-cigarettes to restaurants, clubs, bars and hotels. So if there's a workplace ban []Newport 100S Cigarettes[/url], I'd have to start firing people.'

E-cigarettes were first invented in China in 2003, as many nations began imposing bans on smoking, and are aimed at giving the user a similar sensation to smoking a cigarette.

In March this year []Online Cigarettes Free Shipping[/url], health expert Professor Bertrand Dauzenberg told France's Europe 1 radio that e-cigarettes could have the opposite effect that is designed for.
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