E Cigarettes StudiesThe world of electronic cigarettes is growing every day. New products, flavors, and companies are popping up all the time, along with regulations, health studies and research.
Vaping is a hot topic right now and ecigs are in the news daily. Scientists are publishing new research studies and medical information about nicotine vapors. Governments around the world have been placing restrictions on e-cigs, and this legislation affects you.
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Articles and Medical ConclusionsThe Effects Of Nicotine On Human Health
According to the American Council On Science And Health, the relative risk of mortality from lifetime use of various tobacco and nicotine products is comparatively low. "Electronic cigarette vapor appears chemically incapable of causing cancer
as cigarette smoke has done." The report, Nicotine And Health,
E-cigs Do Not Stiffen Arteries (PDF)
Researchers from Onassis Cardiac Surgery Center in Greece have found that while smoking just 2 tobacco cigarettes caused significant stiffening of the aorta, no difference was observed after the use of e-cigarettes by both smokers and vapors.
Smoking Kills, and So Might E-Cigarette Regulation
Gilbert Ross MD, is medical and executive director of the American Council on Science and Health. In this special report on The American, he states "simple common sense would dictate that inhaling the fewer, less harmful ingredients of e-cigarettes as compared to inhaling the thousands of chemicals in the smoke from burnt tobacco, many of which have been shown to be carcinogenic, is highly likely to be healthier."
Research on Safety of Electronic Cigarettes (PDF)
Dr. Konstantinos Farsalinos' comprehensive presentation on existing data relating to the safety of ecigarettes. Presented at The E-Cigarette Summit, Royal Society, London
Nicotine Safety in the Context of E-Cigarette Use (PDF)
Contrary to popular belief, the fatal overdose level for nicotine may be far higher than the generally accepted 50 to 60 mg (adult) says Dr. Jacques Le Houezec. This research was presented at the The E-Cigarette Summit, Royal Society, London