More and more research organizations, medical organizations have joined the understanding of electronic smoke, according to "Good Morning, Britain!" Research shows that electronic smoke is much safer than traditional cigarettes. The carcinogenic substance of electronic smoke is 97% less than that of real smoke!
The study was targeted at people who smoked traditional cigarettes, people who switched to electronic smoke and those who used nicotine replacement therapy (nicotine patches and nicotine chewing gum, etc.). The researchers compared the levels of some harmful chemicals in their bodies by analyzing the saliva and urine of the subjects.
Lion Shahab, of the University of London, says less than half of smokers are now thought to be healthier. His team screened urine and saliva samples from 181 people and checked for known carcinogens. Shahab says that only smoke can be less exposed to toxins and carcinogens.