Doctors issued a fresh warning that toddlers were at risk from e-cigarette nicotine refills, saying even a few drops could make a child very sick.
In a letter to the journal Archives of Disease in Childhood, physicians in Birmingham, central England, reported the case of a 30-month-old girl who had to be rushed to hospital after putting a refill cartridge to her mouth and starting to vomit.
Health experts say that the flavors in e-cig refills are attracting young children who may mistaken the liquid for drinks.
She was discharged six hours later, with no further symptoms.
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