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US research says 80% e-cigarettes contain toxins and more in fruit flavor

According to the latest research report published by Harvard School of Public Health, more than 80% of electronic cigarette products contain toxins, including “Gram-negative bacterial endotoxin” and “glucan from fungi”, which may lead to asthma, inflammation, lung failure and other diseases. Fruit-flavored products contain higher concentrations.

Electronic cigarette is an electronic product that imitates cigarettes. It turns nicotine into vapor by atomization and lets users smoke it. The World Health Organization has made it clear that electronic cigarettes are harmful to public health.

Generally speaking, electronic cigarettes contain nicotine and propylene glycol.

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