As policymakers across the country struggle to control incidences and prevalence of hazardous epidemics related to various lung diseases. This is owing to higher consumption of nicotine e-cigarettes. The group wrote in an editorial in Science that such prohibition measures could hinder serious efforts by adult smokers. Who are trying to quit ordinary cigarettes by switching to e-cigarettes. This article contradicts what most public health officials and addiction. The experts in the United States have been saying for months that there is no safe form of atomization, and the only substance one should inhale is clean air.
Major medical organizations such as American Academy of Pediatrics, the American Heart Association, the American Lung Association, and the American Medical Association. These organizations have emphasized that anyone who uses e-cigarettes should stop taking it. The long term health effects of e-cigarettes are unclear, and the team cautioned that atomization is not without risks. For the sake of caution, restricting access and attractiveness between less harmful steam products while leaving deadly combustible products on the market will not protect public health. It has the potential to disrupt a trend is likely to accelerate the demise of cigarettes. This trend is expected to kill one billion people this century.
The United States, every year smoking kills nearly half a million people. About 16 Mn Americans suffer tobacco related diseases. This includes, heart disease, lung and other cancers, type 2 diabetes, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, and others. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported nearly 2,409 EVALI cases across the country. Approximately 52 people have died and more are under investigation. Most patients reported using products containing the cannabis, the psychoactive ingredient in marijuana in US