Yes, E-cigarette vapor have some chemicals.
But can you say E-cigarette vapor is resulting significant long-term Harm.
Go deep to read this post about Vapor E-cigarette chemicals harm.
What is The formaldehyde scare?
The formaldehyde scare came from a letter to the New England Journal of Medicine from the authors of a study at Portland State University in which some cheap top-coil clearomizers were overheated to the point where they burned off the liquid and delivered unvapeable dry hits.
Their conclusions have been soundly debunked — including in this recent study by Dr. Konstantinos Farsalinos.
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How dangerous the chemical for our life?
We breathe and eat chemicals every day, but most of them don’t affect us.
It’s true that there are a lot of scary-sounding chemicals in vapor, but they’re present in tiny concentrations.
Everything we eat, drink, or breathe has chemicals that might be risky to consume in large quantities. But we don’t consume them in large quantities. (Related Post: How to choose good & safe Vape e-juice?)
E-cigarette Vapour cannot resulting significant long-term Harm
The Royal College of Physicians agrees The formaldehyde scare.
In its comprehensive review of e-cigarette science, the College concluded, “In normal conditions of use, toxin levels in inhaled e-cigarette vapour are probably well below prescribed threshold limit values for occupational exposure, in which case significant long-term harm is unlikely.”
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