Study points finger of blame for lung injury at phytol, not PG – in rats

It is a truth universally acknowledged that more research is required into the long-term effects of vaping various substances. Not all research, however, is equally valid or useful – and any conclusion drawn from studies on rodents must be treated with caution if we want to know about effects on humans. The 2019 e-cigarette or vaping product use-associated lung injury » Continue Reading.
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