Carcinogen metabolites have been found in the urine of teens who used only e-cigarettes on an average of 13 times per month. The study group included those who both smoked cigarettes and e-cigarettes—their levels were even higher.
LifeTip: Contrary to tobacco industry claims, teenagers must be warned about the potential risk of e-cigarettes. Watch “Overcome Addictions Naturally” with Dr. David DeRose for more recommendations.
Adapted from PositiveChoices.com