E-cig Juice Poisoning Cases Rise in Kids
Child poisoning cases related to e-cigarette juice increased significantly from 2012 to last year.
According to the Minnesota Department of Health, there were five reported cases in 2012. Last year that number jumped to 50.
The Minnesota Department of Health is cautioning parents when it comes to storing e-cigarette juice. And doctors say keeping the juice away from kids is paramount because the substance contains nicotine.