E-cigarettes: Where there's No Smoke, there's Still Fire

February 15, 2017
Leo Robert
Leo Robert

Several clinical studies have added some clarity to the potential risks. Scroll through the slides for recent findings.

E-cigarette smoking has been hailed as a safer alternative to combustible cigarette smoking, but e-cigarettes may have health risks of their own and the nature of the risks often is uncertain.Several clinical studies have added some clarity to the potential risks of smoking e-cigarettes. Scroll through the slides above for recent findings.Find links to studies/abstracts below.Habitual E-cigarette Use Elevates Cardiovascular Risk (JAMA Cardiology)No END in Sight (Pediatric Annals)Depressing Findings (Nicotine and Tobacco Research)E-Cigarettes and “Dripping” (Pediatrics)Nicotine, But with Fewer Toxins (Annals of Internal Medicine)E-cigarette Answers for Patients (Revue des Maladies Respiratoires)