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E-cigarettes contain acrolein, which is a herbicide used to kill weeds.
Scientists note that vaping could aggravate the symptoms of COVID-19. Because vaping causes respiratory and lung problems, experts say vaping could make symptoms of the coronavirus worse.
Electronic cigarettes, or e-cigarettes, are also called e-hookahs, vapes, vape pens, and electronic nicotine delivery systems (ENDS).
E-cigarettes heat liquid (e-juice) to create an aerosol that users inhale. The liquid can contain THC (tetrahydrocannabinol) , CBD oil, and other flavors, substances, and additives.
E-cigarettes produce several dangerous chemicals that can cause lung disease and cardiovascular disease.
These chemicals include acetaldehyde, acrolein, and formaldehyde.
Second-hand vaping smoke contains toxic substances, such as nicotine, diacetyl (a chemical linked to serious lung disease), organic compounds (e.g.benzene), and heavy metals (nickel, tin, and lead).
Studies show that if teens begin to vape with sweet flavors, such as mango or cotton candy, they are more likely to become addicted for life.
Using e-cigarettes increases the likelihood of catching cold and flu viruses.If a young adult or youth uses e-cigarettes, it increases the likelihood that they will start using traditional cigarettes.[6
Approximately 2/3 of teens who vape use fruit-flavored e-juice. Mint and menthol are the most popular.