Recent Research Shows That E-cigarette Users Are Exposed To The Same Levels Of Harmful Compounds As Non-smokers
- Dec 28, 2017 -

There is a good news for vaper. According to a recent study by British and U.S. researchers on e-cigarettes, the risk of exposure to toxic compounds by e-cigarette users is the same as that of non-smokers, with the sideshows that e-cigarettes are as healthy as non-smokers. Smokers who smoke their electronic cigarettes are also protected from the poisoning of thousands of toxic fumes.

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"Carcinogens and Toxicants Observed" is a group of volatile organic compounds (VOCs) including acrolein, acrylamide, acrylonitrile, butadiene and mixtures of ethylene oxide, acrylonitrile and vinyl chloride. These volatile organic compounds are filled in the air, our food and drink, and people come into contact with them daily. According to a study published in 2012 by K. Udeni Alwis et al., These compounds are also measured in non-smokers.

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In the study, researchers tested the urine of testers to actually measure the metabolites produced by the body's decomposition of VOCs. A study by scientists from University College London, King's College London, Roswell Parker Cancer Institute in Buffalo, NY, and the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) found that "long-term use of nicotine replacement therapy and the use of only electronic Compared to smoking, smoking is significantly reduced at the levels of smoking-related carcinogens and toxicants measured. " Their research, led by Lion Shahab, was published last month in the Annals of Internal Medicine.