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Big Tobacco Is Putting Scarier Warnings On E-Cigarettes Than On Some Cigarettes — And That's Absurd
Tobacco companies are about the last group you might expect to be overly conscientious about consumer health, but in approaching e-cigarettes, it seems they're doing just that. The New York Times points out that tobacco giants Altria and Reynolds American, who make Marlboro and Camel, are branding their vapor products with elaborate warnings about the dangers of nicotine, despite being under no legal obligation to do so.
In some cases, e-cigarettes feature even scarier warnings than cigarettes do. For instance, look at the warning on Altria's MarkTen compared to a pack of Marlboro Lights.

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