By Sahar Mourad For Daily Mail Australia
Published: 05:46 GMT, 3 December 2020 | Updated: 05:46 GMT, 3 December 2020
There are renewed calls to ban e-cigarettes after a study found the majority of ingredients used could cause serious respiratory health problems.
E-liquids are available in Australia but are illegal to sell if it contains nicotine - which 21 per cent of them do - according to a groundbreaking study conducted by researchers from Curtin University and the Telethon Kids Institute.Insurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer
The team examined 52 e-liquids for sale over the counter in Australia and found they weren't as 'clean' as they were being advertised.
E-liquids are available in Australia as a consumer product but it remains illegal to sell the product if it contains nicotine (stock image)
A new study examined 52 e-liquids that are sold in Australia and found some damning results