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How Do I Report a Vape Battery Explosion to FDA?

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You may have heard that e-cigarettes, or "vapes," can explode and seriously injure people. Although they appear rare, these explosions are dangerous. The exact causes of such incidents are not yet clear, but some evidence suggests that battery-related issues may lead to vape explosions. Please report a vape explosion or any other unexpected health or safety issue with a vape to the FDA through the Safety Reporting Portal. When you fill out the form, please be sure to include: • The name of the vape manufacturer • The brand name, model, and serial number of the vape • The brand name and model of the battery • Where it was purchased • Whether the product was used differently than intended by the manufacturer • Whether the product was modified in any way Learn more on http://www.fda.gov/tobacco.

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Dietary Supplements: Background Information

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Find out what dietary supplements are and what they do in your body.

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Hair Dyes and Cancer Risk

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A fact sheet that reviews research about the possibility of a connection between personal hair dye use and cancer.

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Human Papillomavirus (HPV) Vaccines

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A fact sheet about human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccines for the prevention of infection with certain types of HPV, which is the major cause of cervical cancer.

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