You should think again, if you believe that using e-cigarettes is way better than traditional cigs because it is safer, cheaper in the long run and will dramatically reduce your cancer risk.
The journal Nicotine and Tobacco Research publish a statement that high-power e-cigarettes can produce formaldehyde. If you don’t know formaldehyde is a very potent carcinogen. E-cigs also produce nicotine-laced vapor that users inhale. These substances are toxic.
In addition, researchers from Japan just acquire knowledge of that e-cigarettes can contain much higher levels of carcinogens than regular cigarettes. As much as 10 times is found the level of formaldehyde in the vapor produced by e-cigs.
On the press researcher Naoki Kunugita is explain how formaldehyde is produce in e-cigs. She clarified that when the… wire (which vaporizes the liquid) gets overheated, higher amounts of those harmful substances seemed to be produced.
Justin McCurry of The Guardian talks about one new brand of e-cigarette, whose name has not been made public. It is shown a more than 10-fold increase in formaldehyde levels in nine out of every 10 sets. The machine produced 1,600 micrograms of formaldehyde per 15 puffs.
The group also describe that e-cigarettes can fuel potentially support life-threatening drug-resistant pathogens. This is done and based on lab study. In that study they tested e-cigs vapor on live methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) and human cells.
To boost its virulence the vapor fueled the already drug-resistant bacteria. It also decreased the human cells’ capability to win against the supergerm. Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) often live on our throat with just duplicate the negative effect of e-cig vapor. A regular cigarette does the same to the supergerm on a worse level.
Food and Drug Administration by this time are strictly ban selling of e-cigarettes to minors and swore to create stricter policies on it over the coming years. On the other hand, United Nations appeal to ban smoking e-cigarettes indoors.
According to the US Centres for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), their study is published in the journal Nicotine and Tobacco Research. The study is writes about: more than a quarter of a million youth who had never smoked a cigarette use electronic cigarettes in 2013. This number reflects a three-fold augment, for 79,000 in 2011, to more than 263,000 in 2013. E-cigarettes have been explicitly popular to young people.