Study: Lead and Other Toxic Metals Found in E-Cigarette ‘Vapors’
In the study, published online in Environmental Health Perspectives on February 21, the scientists examined e-cigarette devices owned by a sample of 56 users. They found that significant numbers of the devices generated aerosols with potentially unsafe levels of lead, chromium, manganese and/or nickel. Chronic inhalation of these metals has been linked to lung, liver, immune, cardiovascular and brain damage, and even cancers.
NOT safer than cigarettes. E-Cigarettes can explode too.
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