E-cigarettes may pose passive smoking risk

Nine News and Australian Associated Press reported on a paper in the April issue of our Public Health Research & Practice journal showing that e-cigarette vapour can contain harmful chemicals with known adverse health effects and may pose a passive smoking risk, particularly for vulnerable groups such as children and pregnant women.

Find out more

  • Read the media release from the April issue of Public Health Research & Practice
  • Read the full paper on e-cigarettes