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Burn Center Sees Increase in Injuries from Exploding E-Cigarettes

Doctors at the University of Washington Region Burn Center in Seattle report a growing number of patients who are being harmed by exploding e-cigarettes. The center has treated 22 people for burns and other injuries caused by exploding e-cigarettes since October 2015. The post Burn Center Sees Increase in Injuries from Exploding E-Cigarettes appeared first on Partnership for Drug-Free Kids.
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