E-cigarettes are 29% more likely to cause various lung diseases
A new study has found that e-cigarettes are 30 percent higher at risk of developing lung diseases.
People using e-cigarettes are at risk of diseases like e-cigarettes, e-cigarettes, and asma.
Scientists examined 32,000 e-cigarettes that were observed for three consecutive years.
The study also found that people who use cigarettes without smoking are at a higher risk of various diseases.
“We have concluded that e-cigarettes can be used to kill people with tobacco,” says Stenton Glantz, a professor and researcher at the University of California, San Francisco. Cigarette users are at a higher risk of developing lung disease.
The study added that e-cigarettes have long-term negative health effects and are making smoking worse.
The researchers divided the individuals selected for observation into 3 groups, one of which was never the e-mail age. The second one who did not use cigarettes, who had e-mailed the e-cigarettes, was a man who was a victim of a segrat. The third group is still addicted to e-cigarettes.
All these people were asked if they had ever encountered asma, bronchis, amphesima or kronic obsto-pulmonary dysis (COPAD).
In response to this question, 30 percent of the other group said they were suffering from these diseases.
Of those who still use e-cigarettes, 29% said they had been diagnosed with the disease.
It should be clear that 52 people have died of e-cigarettes in the United States so far, while 2,400 have been treated for various diseases caused by it.
Remember that New York banned the e-cigarette segret last month, after which it became the first city in the United States to ban the cigarette.