Can you trust the Vaping Studies? Another Study Debunked!
When a study presented by the New England Journal of Medicine is debunked does it make headlines?
In a word: No, but the original study that was found false did! Big Pharma & Bog Tobacco are so anxious to find something harmful in vaping that even a false study gets headline. In 2013 84% of current smokers thought of vaping as safer than smoking. By 2013, that perception dropped to 65%. Often due to bad science like this study. Science requires that a study be able to be replicated. This study required replication with “dry puffs”! Vaping at 5 volts creates the “dry puff” phenomenon by overheating the vaporizer. Anyone who vapes knows no one would endure the acrid taste of a dry puff on purpose! That is the ONLY way to find any formaldehyde, that is just bad science and a joke! Dr. Farsalinos even threw in his two cents, using “experienced vapers” to estimate the amount of formaldehyde produced by vaporizers under real-world conditions. In his study, published in Addiction‘s August 2015 edition, Farsalinos concluded that “electronic cigarettes produce high levels of aldehyde only in dry puff conditions, in which the liquid overheats, causing a strong unpleasant taste that e-cigarette users detect and avoid. Under normal vaping conditions aldehyde emissions are minimal, even in new-generation high-power e-cigarettes.” Listen to the informer and read more about the debunked study results: https://goo.gl/kNRw61 https://goo.gl/rypMbK