Last year, the University of Rochester conducted a study about electronic cigars. According to this study, the e- cigarettes are very harmful to the smoker’s teeth and gums. The study was recently published on the Oncotarget, and it states that the e-cigars are just like the regular cigarettes. This study was headed by Irfan Rahman, the current professor of environmental medicine at the School of Dentistry and Medicine. Experts say that this is the first study on the electronic cigars and their adverse effects on human health since they were introduced several years ago.
In the modern world, the electronic cigars are popular among young people. This popularity is said to have increased significantly in the past year because the e-cigars are believed to be classy, healthier and safer when they are compared to the conventional cigars. Before this study, experts in the medical world said that the chemicals found in the cigars were the cause of alarm. However, the recently published study has shown otherwise. Learn more about Oncotarget at researchgate.net
According to the study, the vapors that are used in the electronic cigars are burned, producing inflammatory proteins. The proteins produced are believed to aggravate some stress in the body cells. The stress brings severe damage and this result to several oral complications. The primary mission of the recently completed study is to create awareness among young people who do not understand the effects of the modern equipment. According to the Oncotarget, individuals who smoke the e-cigars experience more effects compared to individuals who smoke less.
The study concluded that the flavoring agent present in the cigars was the cause of the problems smokers were experiencing. According to them, the chemicals in the vapors played the primary role in destroying important cells in the human beings mouth. Young people need to understand that this equipment are not fashionable and safe for their health. The young people addicted to the cigars are still not aware of these effects. Check the journal at SCImago Journal & Country Rank.