The United Nations agency acknowledged both the "promise and threat" of the $3 billion industry
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The World Health Organization recommended countries adopt a raft of tighter regulations over the sale and use of e-cigarettes Tuesday, including a ban on sales to minors, a ban on “vaping” indoors and tighter controls over advertising and flavored products.
The United Nations agency released a report on Tuesday that acknowledged both the “promise and threat” of the e-cigarette market, Reuters reports. The authors cast doubt on e-cigarette makers’ claims that the devices could help smokers kick the habit. …