What is the first thing that a person sees when they decide to google "vaping", having never heard of it before? They will of course be met with dozens of articles and videos about whether vaping is harmful, just how harmful it is, and what will kill our children first — cancer or AIDS. Heck, the first two Google results are titled "The major dangers of vaping" and "Vaping recognized as infectious". You gotta admit, that’s a spoiled first impression right there.
The worst part is, some of these articles' authors reference studies that have been found to be unreliable, while others obviously and unabashedly copy-paste any relevant content for traffic baiting.
Today, we will give you an overview of the latest scientific studies that can be trusted. ASTHMATIC?
While most pundits are trying to figure out the general health impact of vaping, some get into specifics. One such man is Professor Riccardo Polosa from the University of Catania, who also happens to be the Chief Scientific Advisor for LIAF, the Italian Anti-Smoking League. He was the one to lead a study
on the effect of vaping on asthmatics.