After the infamous letter to the New England Journal of Medicine claiming high formaldehyde in vapor Dr Farsalinos did experiments to show that formaldehyde is only produced when an atomizer is overheated and the user gets a horrible dry hit
Fake news is usually written in a way that deliberately avoids explicitly defining the finer details of the topic of the article For example The Ashtray Blog points to an article on the prevalence of dripping amongst teenagers which not only used false figures but also did ?everything they could to make dripping sound like a form of drug abuse [whilst] every piece of coverage did a monumentally awful job of explaining what dripping actually is? This type of evasion is typical of biased reporting which tries its best to avoid facts and figures that don?t support the view it?s trying to put forward Another typical tactic is using evasive language to say something without explicitly stating it eg using words such as ?could?
There are several studies that find no harmful effects of vaping on the lungs One of the most impressive is Dr Polosa?s discovery that in asthmatic smokers switching to vaping ? or even just using vaping to reduce smoking ? improved lung function
We?ve got you covered! Here are some common topics seen in bad news stories on vaping and a study that addresses and refutes each one At the end is a group of literature reviews that answer all kinds of questions and make perfect links to include in e-mails to legislators and local council members
Cells in the body face constant damage from foreign substances infections and injury Most times nothing bad happens to their host That?s because the body has a system in place to heal itself Most major organs have special cells ? fibroblasts (FY-broh-blasts) ? that repair damaged or injured tissue
However the most shocking aspect of this article is that the author describes dripping as the action of ?dropping e-cigarette liquid onto the hot coils of the device to produce more smoke and flavor? What dripping actually is is directly applying e-liquid to the coil and wick within the e-cig whilst it is at room temperature This soaks the wick enabling you to happily vape away However as dripping means you have to build a custom atomizer and wrap and connect a coil yourself it seems a little far-fetched that this is a habit many teenagers will have taken up The research this article uses also bases its study on the usage of tobacco; which e-cigarettes don?t even contain