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Senators Warn of Carcinogen Risk With E-Cigarettes - ABC News

Thu, 2014-05-08 11:42

Senators Warn of Carcinogen Risk With E-Cigarettes
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Eight members of the U.S. Senate are calling on the Food and Drug Administration to examine new research suggesting that some electronic cigarettes can produce dangerous carcinogens similar to those from traditional cigarettes. In a letter sent ...

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ACCC recalls children's and women's clothing over carcinogenic fabric dye - The Guardian

Thu, 2014-05-08 01:18

The Guardian

ACCC recalls children's and women's clothing over carcinogenic fabric dye
The Guardian
The Australian competition and consumer commission (ACCC) has recalled more lines of clothing – this time from Target children's and women's wear – that contain a carcinogenic fabric dye. The ACCC has recalled eight product lines – numbering about ...
Product Recall: Carcinogens on Children's Clothes from Myer, Just Jeans ...International Business Times AU
ACCC Recalls Clothes And Linen Due to Potential Cancer Risk From Fabric DyeHeadlines & Global News
Retailers recall more than 50000 jeans and pillow cases after ACCC finds ...SmartCompany.com.au

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E-Cigs Still Produce Carcinogens, Study Shows - TIME

Wed, 2014-05-07 10:47

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E-Cigs Still Produce Carcinogens, Study Shows
TIME
Vaping may not be the benign drug-delivery system some have thought. E-cigarettes are touted by some to help people curb smokers' conventional cigarette habit, but new research suggests e-cigs can still produce carcinogens. E-cigarettes are considered ...
E-cigarette popularity on rise among teens, adultsWMTW Portland
Research reveals bad news for fans of e-cigarettesMyNorthwest.com
E-cigarettes light up controversy among employersLexology (registration)

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E-Cigarettes May Release Carcinogens Too - Ring of Fire

Tue, 2014-05-06 13:50

E-Cigarettes May Release Carcinogens Too
Ring of Fire
Electronic cigarettes (e-cigarettes) are widely available and, by many, seen as a safe or safer alternative to traditional combustion cigarettes. The truth is not so simple though as there have yet to be exhaustive studies to prove the safety of these ...

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