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Doctor Debunks ‘Formaldehyde in E-Cigarette Vapor’ Theory with Simple Experiment That Anyone Can Do

Dr. Robert Cranfield, a family medicine doctor in Madison, Tennessee, recently conducted a very simple experiment to show the difference in formaldehyde content between electronic cigarette vapor, cigarette smoke and cigar smoke. Keep in mind that this does not qualify as a scientific experiment, but as a simple test that anyone can do to get an idea of how much safer vaping is in relation to smoking, when it comes to exposure to formaldehyde. Read More...

Do E-Cigarettes Really Contain Antifreeze?

Ever since the FDA released a press statement saying their tests revealed traces of diethylene glycol in e-cigarette liquid, there's been a rumor going around about e-cigs containing dangerous antifreeze ingredients. Is there any truth to that, and should you be worried? Well, yes, and no... Let's start at the beginning. In 2009, the American Food and Drug Administration tested just 18 e-liquid cartridges from 2  electronic cigarette companies, and was quick to report...

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