Vaping decreases the risk of contracting cancer and fitting in socially, a report has found.
A preliminary study analysed users in the US, Britain and Australia with surprising results. “What we found is that a majority of vapers contract lower levels of lung disease and social acceptance,” lead researcher Hans Polton said.
Former smoker Nick Jenna said he had noticed a big difference since switching to e-cigarettes. “I’ve been vaping for a six months or so now and already I feel like I’ve got a lot of tar and friends out of my system,” he said.