Since the increased popularity of the electronic cigarette (e-cig) among middle and high students, many people want to know whether the effects from e-cigs are better or worse for the lungs then traditional cigarettes. Researches recently conducted a study determined to find an answer.
They exposed mice and human cells to cigarette smoke, e-cig solution with nicotine, and e-cig solution without nicotine. From this they found that nicotine was the cause of the damage to the lungs and they also discovered that e-cig solution without nicotine contains acrolein, another lung-damaging substance.
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