E-cigarettes may cause cancer
Electronic cigarettes may cause cancer
The smoker uses electronic cigarettes to quit smoking, but is this method safe and effective?
A new scientific study revealed that the use of electronic cigarettes would damage the genetic code, which raises the risk of both cancer and heart disease.
The researchers based on the study from the University of (New York University School of Medicine) explained that although the harms of electronic cigarettes are less than normal, they are dangerous to health and may cause cancer.
Where the researchers found in experiments on mice that exposure to electronic cigarette smoke led to damage to the genetic code in the heart, lungs and bladder, compared to mice that breathed natural smoke-free air.
One of the researchers in the study stated that the results indicate that e-cigarettes are also carcinogenic, compared to those who did not smoke.
The dangers of electronic cigarettes
In the same context, previous scientific studies had revealed that the use of electronic cigarettes carries a number of health risks, which include: