Or if not you, your kids. Or your niece or nephew. Or your neighbor's kid. . .

Liquid nicotines, "the key ingredients in e-cigarettes, are powerful neurotoxins," The NYT reports. "Tiny amounts, whether ingested or absorbed through the skin, can cause vomiting and seizures and even be lethal. A teaspoon of even highly diluted e-liquid can kill a small child."

Although only one death has been ascribed to e-cig poisoning (and it was a suicide by an adult who injected the stuff), poisoning reports are way up. And the problem is expected to get worse as more people use refillable e-cigs.

Like Sgt. Esterhaus said, "Let's be careful out there."