Med’s Ryan Marino comments on risk of e-cigarettes

Child nicotine poisonings rise as e-cig sales surge
NBC NewsRyan Marino, assistant professor at the School of Medicine, said that popular e-cigarettes lack packaging that stops kids from consuming the hazardous nicotine inside. “This isn’t something that parents see as a really big risk,” Marino said. “But with the popularity of e-cigarettes, the risk isn’t going away any time soon.”