Citing the growing popularity of e-cigarettes, the Food and Drug Administration is considering adding warning labels on liquid nicotine used in so-called electronic “vaping” devices and is also mulling a requirement for the liquid to be sold in child-resistant packaging.
“The continuing rise in popularity of electronic nicotine devices (ENDS), such as e-cigarettes, which often use liquid nicotine and nicotine-containing e-liquids, has coincided with an increase in calls to poison control centers and visits to emergency rooms related to liquid nicotine poisoning and other nicotine exposure risks,” the agency announced Tuesday.
The agency published its formal proposal in the Federal Register on Wednesday and provided the public 60 days to comment.
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