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    Is electronic cigarette really safe?
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    JackRider posted:
    > Considering the in-numerous hazards related to the traditional tobacco smoking, current reviews suggest that electronic cigarettes is far more harmless than the former one and moreover beneficial to health. According to people's perception tobacco cigarette has some vicious side effects both for long duration and short and that's why people in recent years has welcomed electronic cigarette with open arms. But is it really true that electronic cigarette has no side effects?

    > A new study finds that e-cig known as a safer alternative for traditional nicotine filled tobacco cigarettes, have their own health risks. After taking breathing tests researchers confirm that people suffer from airway constriction and irritation resulting in acute psychological effects.

    Cheers
    Jack
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    4Owen responded:
    Hi Jack,

    if you want a medical or scientific answer then you still have to wait until enough solid studies have been done.
    But if you ask e-cigarette users then it is clear: they love the product and reviews / testimonials are overwhelmingly positive.

    -Owen


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