Danger of E-Cigarettes: Official Warning in Kazakhstan

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Danger of E-Cigarettes: Official Warning in Kazakhstan
Kazakhstan issues warning on dangers of e-cigarettes, including potential lung diseases and physical injuries from explosions and burns.

According to a report by Kazakhstani media outlet YCTNHKA LIVE on November 22nd, Kazakhstan has issued a warning about the dangers of e-cigarettes.


The department states that e-cigarettes may lead to serious lung diseases, cardiovascular disorders, and physical injuries, such as burn injuries caused by explosions and malfunctions.


The department pointed out that when heating e-liquid in e-cigarettes, which contains ingredients such as propylene glycol, glycerin, nicotine, and flavorings, a chemical reaction may occur, potentially resulting in the production of new chemical substances. When these substances enter lung tissues, they may cause damage to the pulmonary system and even have fatal consequences.


The danger of smoking e-cigarettes lies in nicotine itself, which may have a concentration that exceeds that of regular cigarettes by up to ten times.


According to statistical data, 9.8% of teenagers between the ages of 11 and 15 in Kazakhstan use e-cigarettes.


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