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Time Magazine: Here’s What Scientists Do—And Don’t—Know About E-Cigarettes

“While e-cigarette aerosol ‘generally contains fewer harmful chemicals than smoke from burned tobacco products,’ according to the CDC, it still may pose some risks. Formulas vary, but many e-cigarettes expose users to particles that can get into the lungs, potentially cancer-causing chemicals, heavy metals and other toxins, according to the CDC. A new study published in Scientific Reportsalso found that e-cigarette aerosol may contain more formaldehyde than previously estimated. Formaldehyde can be carcinogenic at high levels of exposure, according to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).” Read more at Time Magazine