Vaping carries health risk but not as harmful as smoking
The BBC reported earlier this week that vaping can damage vital immune system cells and maybe more harmful than previously thought. A test led by Prof David Thickett (University of Birmingham) on lung samples found that vapour caused inflammation and impaired the activity of alveolar marcrophages, cells that remove potentially damaging dust particles, bacteria and allergens. The effects of this were discovered to be similar to those seen in regular smokers and people with chronic lung disease....
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