Teens use e-cigarettes for 'dripping,' study says

Teens use e-cigarettes for 'dripping,' study says

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One in four teens are dripping, an e-cigarette technique that can lead to spills of toxic nicotine and greater emissions of harmful chemicals, a study says.
7 Feb 2017 - General
Electronic cigarettes have been in the market for a number of years. It was initially thought of a good substitute of lesser evil for traditional cigarettes, however, research has found that although it has lesser harms, it has other effects we need to watch for as well. This article chronicles dripping and smoke tricks which have become popular of late and their harmful effects. The US is considering to increase regulation on it.

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