viernes, 3 de octubre de 2014 – 30 de septiembre de 2014 – EEUU

Big Tobacco is cool with scary e-cigarette warnings because no one reads them anyway

In a drastic, and decidedly uncharacteristic move, tobacco companies are independently slapping stark warnings onto e-cigarette packages. The labels, which are similar to the kind big tobacco companies have historically battled to keep from off traditional cigarette packs, are also often far more foreboding.

Altria, for instance, which makes Marlboros, now sells its e-cigarettes with a label that warns Nicotine is "very toxic by inhalation, in contact with the skin, or if swallowed." And Reynolds American, which makes Camels, includes a cautionary note that people with "a heart condition, high blood pressure, or diabetes," as well as those "who are at the risk for heart disease" or "are taking medicine for depression or asthma" should avoid using them.

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