People love cell phones, which is why nine in 10 Americans own one. Many use them hours a day. So even a small cancer risk from their use — which has just been suggested by an animal study — could have important health implications.
Girl vaping on an e-cigarette. The cloud of gases these devices emit can contain toxic chemicals. Which chemicals and how much depends on how the device is used and the solvent used in the e-liquids, new data show.
Frigate birds, even young ones like this one, ride air currents over the ocean to stay in flight for months.
New study finds a primary source of toxic vaping compounds. It’s the heat-driven breakdown of the liquids that hold nicotine and flavorings. And older, dirtier e-cigs make higher amounts of the toxic chemicals.