Those who have carefully considered all of the medical evidence ? Public Health England and the Royal College of Physicians ? have concluded that the potential of serious vaping danger is probably very low The RCP says vaping is unlikely to exceed five percent of the harm from smoking tobacco
One of the first things he notes is that the study only has a small amount of participants with 13 e-cigarette users being the maximum Usually this would be a sample number in order to begin a hypothesis Here however this is the maximum and final amount of e-cigarettes users examined meaning the researcher makes a generic statement for all e-cigarette users on the basis of only 13 people The study states that
You need ammunition to fight back Most of those stories are based on a single poorly done study that proves nothing What if you had serious robust studies about every anti-vaping talking point that you could use to answer Aunt Ruth?
Vapers inhale those same gases and particles into their lungs Rahman wondered what effects those vapors might have on cells there One gauge would be to test how long any lung-cell damage took to heal And his latest data confirm that e-cigarette vapors also make it hard for lung cells to repair damage
Students as young as 12 or 13 are now more likely to vape than to smoke Many are under the impression that because e-cigs don?t contain tobacco they pose little risk to health Wrong
When it comes to convincing experts (or in the case of politicians experts) you?ll want to bring out the big guns Vapers have a variety of major literature reviews that look at lots of evidence and conclude that vaping is much safer than smoking Here are some of the best: