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?
Last October his team showed those vapors inflame mouth cells in ways that could potentially promote gum disease That gum damage can destroy the tissues that hold teeth in place So severe gum disease could lead to tooth loss
As expected the fibroblasts morphed into wound-healing cells But unexpectedly they didn?t close up the cut Curious Rahman looked more closely at the cellular machinery Some mitochondria had been destroyed The fibroblasts simply had run out of the energy they needed before they could successfully squeeze the wound closed
The study was carried out by researchers from a number of institutions including University College London and the Roswell Park Cancer Institute and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (both in the US) Funding was provided by Cancer Research UK
The first thing to know is that for most users vaping is an alternative to the deadliest consumer product ever made: cigarettes The vast majority of regular users of vapor products are ex-smokers or current smokers Nothing compares to the health risks of setting plant material on fire and inhaling the smoke Half of lifelong smokers die prematurely from smoking-related disease
When Irfan Rahman talked to young vapers some complained of bleeding mouths and throats And these bloody sores seemed slow to heal Such reports concerned this toxicologist at the University of Rochester in New York So he decided to investigate what the vapors inhaled from electronic cigarettes might be doing to mouth cells