"If you are around somebody who is using e-cigarettes, you are breathing an aerosol of exhaled nicotine, ultra-fine particles, volatile organic compounds, and other toxins." Dr. Stanton Glantz, Director for the Center for Tobacco Control Research and Education, University of California, San Francisco.
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E-cigarettes offer many choices including more than 500 brands and 7,000 flavors of vaping liquids to appeal to youth.
Not Just "Harmless Water Vapor."
E-cigarette users exhale secondhand aerosol (also referred to as vapor) into the environment. Americans for Non-Smokers Rights reports that secondhand aerosol:
The World Health Organization and several other agencies recommend "e-cigarettes not be used indoors in order to minimize the risk to bystanders breathing in the aerosol emitted by the devices."
Secondhand Vapor Effects