Young E-Cigarettes Smokers Getting Cancer-Causing Chemicals, CDC Warns

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Tests on teenagers show that those who smoke tobacco-based cigarettes have the highest levels of these chemicals in their bodies, but those who vape e-cigarettes also have higher levels of the cancer-causing chemicals than nonsmokers, the team at the University of California, San Francisco, found. Hans says it's important that parents recognize the risks of vaping for teens whose brains are still developing.

Experiments on teenagers display that those who inhale tobacco-based cigarettes and have an escalated level of these chemicals in their systems, but those who vape e cigarettes have an excessive levels of cancer inducing chemicals than nonsmokers do.

So until more information comes out, the jury could still be out on the e-cigarette debate.

Rubinstein noted that some of the toxic chemicals were found in the bodies of teens who used flavored e-cigarettes without nicotine.

The Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry listed acrolein as a "volatile organic compound" that is used as a pesticide to control algae, weeds, bacteria, and mollusks, along with making other chemicals.

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An earlier study also found that the flavors of cinnamon and vanilla can cause lung damage, regardless of whether they contain nicotine.

This is the first study to assess the chemicals in e-cigarettes among adolescent use, highlighting the need to warn teenagers that there is not much known about the possible negative health risks associated with e-cigarettes.

Of the 1,295 adolescents included in the analysis, those who have ever used e-cigarettes were likely to progress to established smoking when compared with those who had never used e-cigarettes (19.3% vs. 9.7%). But on top of that, there hasn't been a ton of research done on how damaging they can be to kids with or without nicotine - until now.

When asked what was in their e-cigarette, 66 percent of teens said "just flavoring", 13.7 percent said they didn't know, 13.2 percent said nicotine, 5.8 percent said marijuana, according to a survey by the National Institute on Drug Abuse. The two types of cigarette utilize caused the nearness of considerably more elevated amounts of perilous chemicals in the clients' bodies, including acrylonitrile, acrolein, propylene oxide, acrylamide and crotonaldehyde, the group announced.

After the 2016 CDC report was released, the president of the American Academy of Pediatrics Dr Benard Dreyer called the increasing rates of e-cigarette use among youths a "major public health concern". The teens were divided into three groups: e-cigarette-only users, cigarette and e-cigarette users, and non-users. This trending, however, has been proved to turn e-cigs teens vapers into regular cigarettes smokers.