Russian Health Ministry: Importance of Banning Additives in E-cigarettes

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Russian Health Ministry: Importance of Banning Additives in E-cigarettes
Adding additives to e-cigarettes may endanger public health, especially children and teenagers, according to Russia's Health Ministry.

According to a report by Russian media outlet Life, Dr. Marinè Gambarian, the Director of the Tobacco Consumption Prevention and Control Center at the Russian Ministry of Health, stated that banning additives in e-cigarettes could effectively safeguard the health of citizens, including children and adolescents.


During the interview, she emphasized that numerous studies have already confirmed the adverse health effects of the ingredients found in e-cigarette aerosols.


The Russian Ministry of Health has recently released a list of substances that should be banned in e-cigarettes, along with the reasons why they can have harmful effects on the body.


Gambrian is convinced that the information on additives in this list should be comprehensive.


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