Scotland will ban glass pipes cheap advertising, but the national medical service still promotes e-c
February 9 News: According to foreign reports, although the Scottish government is about to ban e-cigarette advertising, Scotland's NHS (National Health Service) is still promoting glass pipes cheap.
Health officials have launched a new campaign to persuade smokers to quit smoking and encourage them to choose electronic smoke substitutes.
Britain's Drug and Health Products Regulatory Agency is investigating two deaths related to electronic cigarettes in the past year. It has also received 20 reports of serious adverse reactions of electronic atomization.
The Scottish government announced in September last year that it would hold discussions in the next few months on a complete ban on buy glass pipes and advertising for electronic cigarettes, and enact legislation if necessary.
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