E-Cigarette Vapors Release Toxins

christyWALLCIGS(CNN) — E-Cigarettes were marketed as the answer to the foul results of tobacco smoke, but the World Health Organization now suggests the vapors from E-Cigarettes increase the levels of toxins in the air, including nicotine.

The agency is calling for standardized regulations to prevent advertisers and the industry from making unproved health claims for E-Cigs.

The E-Cigarette industry has grown to about $3 billion dollars per year.