Washington Poison center details decrease in e-cigarette exposures

E-cigarette exposure calls in 2015 were generally less than in 2014.

The Washington Poison center has released its yearly summary of e-cigarette exposure calls.

According to the center, e-cigarette exposures were generally lower in 2015 than in 2014, and received a total of 156 calls.

However, children between 1 and 3 years of age are still the largest affected groups of those affected by e-cigarette exposures.

The vast majority (91 percent) of exposure cases last year happened at their own residences.