eSmokers – Breaking the Law or Just Our Patience?
The group Americans for Nonsmoker’ Rights (ANR) cited the Indoor Air journal study. The study showed nicotine causes the formation of carcinogens including formaldehyde when exhaled indoors, and could remain on surfaces for weeks. Users could then absorb the carcinogens. The authors (of the study) concluded the e-cigarettes are a new source of chemical and aerosol exposure and their potential impact is a concern that should be investigated, the statement noted. ANR’s immediate concern is the use of e-cigs at smokefree locations, like the workplaces and restaurants. Evelyn James, health education specialist with the Florida Department of Health in Marion County (once called the Marion County Health Department), said e-cigarettes have not been studied.
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Nicholas Wittenberg Sally Deering should know that her words weigh heavy. I know of 12 people that quit smoking and started vaping. It has saved there life. Encluding mine. To make such a quick connection between cigarettes and ecigarettes is irresponsible especially someone in Mrs Deering position.
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