Research on vaping starts to clear smoke on possible health effects

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Chelsey Bowles said she doesn’t stink anymore. “Not smelling like an ashtray is nice, definitely,” the Hanover resident said. Bowles said she no longer coughs in the mornings, her taste buds are back, she can smell again, and walking up stairs is no big deal. That’s the difference, she said, between smoking cigarettes and vaping. At SS Vape in Manchester Township, 19-year-old Bowles said she was smoking about a pack a day before completely making the switch in December. Bowles is part of the exploding popularity of vaping, or using a smokeless “cigarette” that, when inhaled, electronically delivers flavored liquid with varying levels of nicotine. She started with 24 mg, and now she’s down to 3 mg per bottle of vaping liquid. Read full article

Mollie Durkin (13 April 2015) Research on vaping starts to clear smoke on possible health effects [online newspaper]. Retrieved from http://tinyurl.com/of3vz9a

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