The study revealed that e-cigarette smokers have elevated levels of neutrophil-extracellular-trap (NET)-related proteins in their airways.NET proteins fight off pathogens, but increased levels of them can lead to inflammatory lung illnesses.
Indeed, the federally funded 2013-2014 "Monitoring the Future" survey found the largest year-to-year drop in teen smoking as youth experimentation with vaping grew. This may well end up causing more public health harm than good.
In California alone there are over 2500 such businesses.
If legislators think vapor is smoke, how long til they shut down your tea pot?
The California Department of Public Health refuses to investigate 10,000 reports of elder abuse but spend our tax dollars to confuse you about the difference between smoke and vapor?
The California Department of Public Health supports the American Cancer Society, American Lung Association and American Heart Association, all of whom get billions of dollars a year from cigarettes and tobacco products.