E-Cig Clouds Aren't 'Vapour', Scientists Warn. That Word Just Makes Them Sound Safer
Emissions from e-cigarettes are not harmless and calling them vapour is purposefully misleading.
As such, public health experts argue 'aerosol' is a more accurate description, as e-cigarette clouds have been shown to contain harmful chemicals that may hang in the air and settle on nearby surfaces.
With recent evidence showing vapers are at higher risk of COVID-19, public health experts say it's important we take action to minimise the risk of e-cigarettes, especially on college campuses re-opening amidst the pandemic.
Emissions from e-cigarettes are not harmless and calling them vapour is purposefully misleading, scientists argue.www.sciencealert.com