nicotine poisoning


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toxic condition caused by the ingestion or inhalation of large amounts of nicotine

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At meal time the conversation ran to infusions, barrel-aged cocktails and how one restaurant's staff got nicotine poisoning when they tried to create a tobacco-infused spirit.
The children's hands are covered in a sticky brown residue and they suffer from severe headaches: a symptom of nicotine poisoning.
The children's hands are covered in a brown residue and they suffer from bad headaches: a symptom of nicotine poisoning.
Washington, April 19 (ANI): A study has found that a tobacco company's new, dissolvable nicotine pellet, which resembles popular candies, could lead to accidental nicotine poisoning in children.
Also, children and pets, as well as park wildlife, can ingest cigarette butts, which can lead to nicotine poisoning and other harmful effects.
They are also more likely to develop cataracts and can suffer from impaired colour vision as a result of nicotine poisoning to the optic nerve.
So the name went into legend although a Woodbine Willie of today would doubtless be kicked out of Iraq or Afghanistan by some politically-correct prodnose anxious to save young infantrymen from the perils of nicotine poisoning.
Nicotine poisoning after ingestion of contaminated ground beef--Michigan, 2003.
Side effects could include dizziness, nervousness, heart palpitations, and nicotine poisoning.
I used to get sicker than a dog with fever, burning skin, and nausea if I wasn't real careful with the chemicals I sprayed on tobacco," says Askins, as he goes on to describe the symptoms of nicotine poisoning from handling the ripe tobacco plant.