“Tobacco is taboo, we will all be exhausted”. And we should do the same with vaping. According to a new study from the University of Minnesota, the practice could cause genetic mutations and cancers. Explanations.
If many smokers go through the vaping box before stopping completely (or not), it would not be a good idea. A study by the Masonic Cancer Center at the University of Minnesota even proves that it could increase the number of oral cancers. And to be at the origin of certain genetic mutations. Just that.
To reach such a conclusion, the researchers recruited five volunteers and inspected their saliva before and after using an electronic cigarette. After fifteen minutes, they realized that after vaping, the saliva of the concerned involved much higher rates in methanal, acrolein and methylglyoxal, three potentially dangerous molecules which, in the long term, can alter the DNA. Voke friends, you know what you have to do (and not the answer is “start smoking cigarettes again”).