Research into the potential health effects of e-cigarettes has so far focused on in vitro studies or on users who are ex-cigarette smokers. But how do e-cigarettes affect people who have never smoked before? A new study published in Respiratory Research finds that in a small sample of volunteers, smoking e-cigarettes lead to clear changes in lung biology, suggesting further research is needed before we label e-cigarettes as harmless.1
Monthly Archives: May 2018
With type 2 diabetes becoming more prevalent worldwide, Global Health Research and Policy has recently published an article exploring the influence of behavior, mental health and chronic diseases on type 2 diabetes screening among adults in the United States.