“There is no evidence of any gateway effect whereby youth who experiment with vapour devices are, as a result, more likely to take up tobacco use." Says Canada's University of Victoria.
It was recently reported that between the year of 2015 and early 2016, around a total of 66 vape’s exploded, causing a number of house fires. This is comparable to 2457 fires caused in only a year from actual cigarette’s. Death rates proved fatal on the basis of cigarette related fire’s, with 35 people being killed per 1000. This puts the danger caused by e-cigarettes into perspective massively. In fact, vaping seems more a solution to prevent fires caused by cigarettes, seeing as figures prove to be much lower.
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