Board Of Health Explores Regulating E-cigarettes | Health |

e-cigarettes give off tiny particles that can lodge in the lungs and cause disease, she said. When Lexington passed its ban in 2003, e-cigarettes had not yet been introduced in the United States. Dr. Stephanie Mayfield, Kentucky’s commissioner of public health, told the board the state has a goal of reducing overall smoking by 10 percent. Public health how do v2 cigs work departments in the state are helping to reduce smoking rates in Kentucky.
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