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E-cigarettes contain cancer causing chemicals, recent research

07 March 2018

UCSF reported that the study was the first to report on the presence of potentially cancer-causing compounds in the bodies of adolescents who use e-cigarettes, such as acrylonitrile, acrolein, propylene oxide, acrylamide and crotonaldehyde. Vapors are high in demand, and they are alternatives for traditional smokers so their smoking habits can be reduced.

He explained that proplyene glycol and glycerin, which are used to keep the products smoked in e-cigarettes in liquid form, are safe at room temperature.

"So while it sounds terrible, they don't compare it to cigarettes and they're not telling you what the levels in these devices are", owner of Norcal Vape Keri Hess said.

Teens who used only e-cigarettes, especially particularly sweet or flavored juices, had much higher levels of chemicals than those who don't use either tobacco product.

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It found that teenagers who smoke tobacco-based cigarettes have the highest levels of cancer- causing chemicals in their bodies.

Prof Rubinstein said kids should never use e-cigarettes, devices created to help people quit smoking giving the nicotine hit without exposing them to tobacco.

"Acrylonitrile is a highly poisonous compound used widely in the manufacture of plastics, adhesives and synthetic rubber", the National Center for Biotechnology Information says on its website. Additionally, the EPA listed acrolein as "toxic to humans following inhalation, oral or dermal exposure". The rising number of youthful Americans smoking e-cigarettes are at incredible hazard for presenting themselves to these destructive contaminants regardless of the items being advertised as more beneficial. A third group of 20 teens who do not smoke was also involved.

In urine samples from the three groups, researchers predictably found high levels of carcinogenic chemicals in the cigarette and e-cigarette users, but also found the same chemicals - albeit at lower levels - in e-cigarette-only users.

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"Although smoking even one cigarette is concerning, becoming an established smoker in adolescence is of substantial clinical and public health concern and is strongly associated with continuing to smoke regularly", researchers wrote.

"Unlike adults, particularly cigarette smokers, who commonly report a desire to quit smoking as a main motivator for e-cigarette use, youth are more likely to cite curiosity as a reason to try e-cigarettes".

Since vapors have been invented, more young adults are using the trendy product every day. However, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention warns there is enough evidence that vaping can be harmful to teens.

"Electronic cigarettes generate nicotine in the vapor". Among e-cigarette-users, the levels of acrylonitrile were higher in those who preferred fruit flavors - compared to candy, tobacco or menthol flavors.

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E-cigarettes contain cancer causing chemicals, recent research