Doctors leaders in Wales are calling for tighter regulation of electronic cigarettes as they become more popular among consumers.
The devices, which can contain nicotine, have been credited with stopping thousands of people from smoking.
And they are now powering a big growth in the number of e-cigarette shops in communities right across Wales.But the BMA here says more evidence is needed to show how effective they are.
They want them to be banned in the workplace and public spaces including hospitals and clinics. Rob Osborne reports.
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