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A recent study suggests that sadly most people in the US, are still unaware that the chemicals produced by burning tobacco are more harmful than the additives that a cigarette contains, whilst others mistakenly believe that cigarette filters are enough to block these chemicals from being inhaled.
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Far from being the cause of chronic obstructive pulmonary diseases (COPD), a recent study confirms that smokers with COPD significantly benefit from e-cigarette use.
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Last week another incident of an “exploding e-cigarette” was reported in Connecticut. Safety experts agree that the problem with these devices are the cheap aftermarket batteries that need to be urgently replaced. But what is stopping these manufacturers from recalling and replacing these batteries?
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BAT researchers conduct in vitro studies with e-cigarettes and combustible cigarettes to estimate the potential damage on DNA of human epithelial cells. Their results exclude any damage upon e-vapor exposure while cigarette smoke does.
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The US surgeon general releases a report saying that increased e-cigarette use amongst young people is a “major public health concern”, and is urging lawmakers to implement even harsher regulations in relation to use amongst minors.