Research says: E-Cigarettes are an invitation to many diseases

Research says: E-Cigarettes are an invitation to many diseases


As cigarettes injurious to health, in that case, any cigarette is the cause of lung cancer. At the present age, most of the youngsters are using the e-cigarette. In recent research released in this month shows e-cigarette users are 1.3 times dangerous than any other source. it is more likely to develop disease-related to lung then non- smokers. In some studies, say e-cigarettes are safe. But the maker of this can’t claim that it is the best way to quite a habit of smoking.  Many USA companies are allowed to make substitutes for cigarettes, but they also can’t give guaranty about their product. The FDA told to many companies to stop saying that their products are safe than traditional cigarettes.

Recently a study published in the Journal of Preventive Medicine says, e-cigarettes are 2.6 times dangerous to develop many lung-related diseases like Oropharyngeal Cancer, Cataracts, Asthma, and Esophageal Cancer. Dr. Stanton Glantoz, who is a professor of medicine at the University of California said, people who want to quit smoking try to stop it by using e-cigarettes they think it is a safe way to stop smoking. Still, it is a trap in which they find a high risk of increasing diseases. In three years, people adopting e-cigarette then tobacco cigarettes or hookah smokers. Study says more than 32,000 youngsters are using an e-cigarette, which is a high number of population. Though many people successfully changed their preferences from traditional cigarettes to e-cigarettes, this shows that the liking of this cigarette is high than a normal cigarette, which is again an invitation for disease.

According to the CDC (Centers for Disease Control), the trend of e-cigarette is high in high school students. And the number is still increasing like in 2018, 3.6 million students are addicted to this cigarette, and in 2019 it became 5.4 million students are using e-cigarettes. Many non-govt bodies are trying to help those people who want to stop smoking. And they were also trying to convince the government to take action on the e-cigarette. The government also proposed to ban this cigarette.

Arya Green

Arya, our senior correspondent for business updates, have worked in the industry for more than a decade as an executive and in other roles. Right now, she focuses on covering business updates that matter to not just the commons but also professionals like investors. She is a great lover of books and is planning on writing the ultimate guide on business analytics.

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