Vaping Declared a Public Health Risk

E-cigarettes represent a rising public-health risk that threatens to unravel progress made on tobacco by “re-normalizing smoking behavior” and luring a new generation into nicotine addiction. In addition, the e-juices and the aerosol they emit have been found to contain at least 10 chemicals on California’s official list of carcinogens, including benzene, a component of gasoline, formaldehyde, lead, and nickel, as well as nicotine. Read the rest of the article here.

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