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
Current smokers of combustible cigarettes only and current smokers also using NRT or e?cigarettes had similar levels of the tobacco-related toxins and carcinogens
This included tobacco specific nitrosamines (TSNAs) which are one of the most important carcinogens in tobacco formed from nicotine They also looked at a class of toxins called volatile organic compounds (VOCs) such as acrylamide and cyanide-releasing acrylonitrile
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
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
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?