Interesting news has emerged today from the Irish department of health. Starting from 2020, e-cigarettes will be banned for Irish people under 18.
Health Minister Simon Harris says the government will next year ban the sale of e-cigarettes to u18s and introduce a raft of advertising restrictions as well looking at addressing issues around the sale of certain flavours.
— Hugh O'Connell (@oconnellhugh) December 9, 2019
There have been revelations in recent years about the dangers of e-cigarettes. The Centre of Disease Control in America states smoking e-cigarettes is a health risk for young people and teenagers. Among the potential health risks for young people are with labeling, as the website states: 'some e-cigarette labels do not disclose that they contain nicotine, and some e-cigarettes marketed as containing 0% nicotine have been found to contain nicotine.'