Explained a recent study by a team from Johns Hopkins University. E-cigarettes contain nearly two thousand unknown and undeclared chemicals by manufacturers, including industrial chemicals.
Infoslos, a Spanish medical news website, said it was the first study to use advanced chemical fingerprint technology. It identifies the chemicals used in food and waste water.
The findings, published in the journal Chemical Research in Toxicology, confirm the findings. E-cigarette smokers use a substance whose health risks have not yet been fully identified. They can expose themselves to chemicals with devastating health effects. According to his journal.
“Current research comparing e-cigarettes to regular cigarettes has found that e-cigarettes contain significantly lower levels of cigarette pollution,” said Carsten Brass, associate professor at Johns Hopkins University and lead author of the study. The problem is, the aerosols that come from those cigarettes contain chemicals that can cause health hazards.
“When smoking e-cigarettes, people should be aware that they are inhaling a very complex chemical compound,” Brass warned. There are many compounds in them and we do not know what they really are.
Current research focuses on the full range of materials used in e-cigarette liquid and the vapors they emit.
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