E-cigarettes kill epithelial cells, damage tissue and may cause cancer
from Dentistry Today
While electronic cigarettes have been marketed by their manufacturers as safer alternatives to tobacco products, three recent studies cast doubt on these assertions. The first study found that e-cigarette vapors kill large numbers of cells in the mouth. The second suggests that e-cigarettes cause as much damage to teeth and gums as conventional cigarettes. And, the third uncovered significant levels of carcinogenic chemicals in these vapors.
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