Pulmonary & Respiratory Medicine

ISSN: 2161-105X

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Electronic Cigarettes and their effects on Developing Symptoms of Respiratory Diseases among the Youth


Giovanni Elie Appolon*

Electronic Cigarettes (EC) are a new and popular harm reduction devices that are used to help current smokers quit smoking traditional cigarettes (TC).1 Although many public health practitioners would agree that this harm reduction strategy will be beneficial to the population, others would argue that it could be a gateway to smoking cigarettes for non-smokers, and young adults to start using EC.2,3 EC are not classified as combustible devices, but they still have some potential risks that can affect one’s health. The purpose of this study is to analyze the use of EC and determine if there is a relationship between their use and the development of symptoms of respiratory diseases within the youth population.


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