https://www.cnbc.com/2019/04/03/fda...e-dozen-reports-of-seizures-after-vaping.html This is a bunch of BS. 35 seizures over 9 years? That's statistically insignificant. They're suggesting it may be nicotine poisoning, then it goes on to say all of the reasons why it's probably not related to vaping in general. People going for a huge nicotine hit or something like that. If it was nicotine poisoning then the users are either mixing it wrong or there's some device that provides more nicotine in a single hit than normal. It also says that the seizures may have had nothing to do with vaping. I can't be sure, but I believe 3 ml is the equivalent of what someone would vape at to match that of a real cigarette. I've been thinking of dropping mine to 1.5 because I've been vaping way too much recently, but that has nothing to do with this article.