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e-cigarettes are replaceable or refillable cartridges or containers that are smoke-able and hold a liquid that contains solvents, flavors, and nicotine. Each e-cigarettes hold enough fluid for about 250 puffs (depending on the cartridge). The safety of e-cigarettes is unknown. The effects of the secondhand vapor expelled by e-cigarettes is not known.

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