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Study claims vaping less harmful to lung cells than cigarettes

Is vaping less dangerous than smoking? The research may not be so clear cut. Take a recent study, which tested both e-cigarette vapor and cigarette smoke on lung cells and found e-cigarettes to be much less harmful. In fact, e-cigarettes only damaged the cells when vapor levels were unrealistically high. The study argues that a normal amount of e-cigarette use isn't toxic.
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