e-Cigs: Less Carcinogens, More Metals
From the strip malls of the Midwest to the boutiques of Manhattan’s West Village, e-cigarette stores can be found almost anywhere in the U.S.
The science surrounding e-cigarettes has been cloudy at best — leaving several unanswered questions. A new piece of research published in the journal Environmental Science: Processes & Impacts has helped to clear the smoke surrounding one of these questions: is secondhand e-cigarette smoke less harmful than its traditional counterpart? Its conclusion is yes, but experts agree this doesn’t necessarily spell good news for e-cigarette enthusiasts.
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