The WHO’s report on the harmful effect of vaping and e-cigarettes is of high concern amid skyrocketing popularity of vaping among young people in many countries. Photo: Shutterstock The WHO’s report on the harmful effect of vaping and e-cigarettes is of high concern amid skyrocketing popularity of vaping among young people in many countries. Photo: Shutterstock
The WHO’s report on the harmful effect of vaping and e-cigarettes is of high concern amid skyrocketing popularity of vaping among young people in many countries. Photo: Shutterstock

Vaping is not safe and is harmful to health, WHO says, both for users and bystanders

  • UN agency report says there is clear evidence e-cigarettes are dangerous, but not that they help smokers quit
  • It demands tight regulation of the products, including bans on marketing to young people and on use in indoor workplaces and public spaces

Topic |   Wellness
The WHO’s report on the harmful effect of vaping and e-cigarettes is of high concern amid skyrocketing popularity of vaping among young people in many countries. Photo: Shutterstock The WHO’s report on the harmful effect of vaping and e-cigarettes is of high concern amid skyrocketing popularity of vaping among young people in many countries. Photo: Shutterstock
The WHO’s report on the harmful effect of vaping and e-cigarettes is of high concern amid skyrocketing popularity of vaping among young people in many countries. Photo: Shutterstock
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