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E-cigarette users and smokers‘ long-term toxins

Time:2017-08-07 Views:1412
Any suggestion of a skeptical attitude to e-cigarettes can be stopped! Because now there is a new and stronger evidence. 
 
E-cigarettes or e-cigarettes are a safer, less toxic alternative to conventional cigarettes. This is a new study funded by cancer research UK. 
 
On electronic cigarettes before to confirm the safety of the results of scientific work, experts detect long electronic cigarette users or users of nicotine replacement therapy saliva and urine of toxins and carcinogens were significantly lower than that of conventional cigarettes for smokers. 
 
"Our results also showed that electronic cigarettes not only safer, and they provide the amount of nicotine and conventional cigarettes was not significantly different, it can help people to deal with them in a safer way, finally completely stop smoking," the study‘s lead author, of university college London, Lion Shahab said. 
 
While both contain psychoactive components of nicotine, e-cigarettes only heat their content rather than burn it. It‘s not tobacco. The smoke you inhale is just water vapor, so the popular term "vaping". Instead, traditional cigarette cigarettes contain a lot of cancer-causing substances, and when heated, they are not just delivered to the lungs, but also secondhand smoke. 
 
The study was published in the journal of internal medicine. 
 
Tobacco: the world‘s biggest preventable killer 
 
Data from the world health organization show that tobacco is the world‘s largest preventable killer, claiming to kill about 6 million people a year. 
 
More than 5 million of these deaths are the result of direct smoking, with more than 600,000 non-smokers exposed to the tragic consequences of second-hand smoke. Unfortunately, in 2004, at least 28% of children died from secondhand smoke. 
 
Numerous studies will increase the development of severe smoking and health (including cancer, diabetes, cardiovascular disease, tuberculosis, pneumonia and autoimmune diseases, such as crohn‘s disease) risk. 
 
Professor Kevin Fenton, of the British school of public health, said: "smokers can do the best thing for themselves and the people around them, now, completely and forever." 
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