E-cigarettes are NOT harmless – chemicals in vaping trigger bladder cancer, study reveals

The rise in e-cigarette popularity has previously been praised for helping nicotine addicts to quit their smoking habit Рyet the debate about their long-term effects rages on.

So-called vaping triggers cancer-related bladder tissue damage, a new study reveals, causing researchers to warn e-cigarette users that they may be putting themselves at risk of the condition.

Some 92 percent of e-cigarette users’ urine tested positive for two of the five compounds linked to bladder cancer, the research found.

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