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The World Health Organisation is warning electronic cigarettes could contain dangerous toxins.

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The World Health Organisation is warning electronic cigarettes could contain dangerous toxins.

The battery-powered devices simulate the effects of smoking by heating a nicotine liquid into vapour, which is then inhaled.

Health experts say not enough is known about the risks.

The science around the safety of e-cigarettes has not been demonstrated.

A lot of the toxins, which are consumed through e-cigarettes, have not been adequately researched.

The World Health Organisation also warns the amount of nicotine delivered by different brands varies widely.

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