Boston Univ. Researchers Say E-Cigarettes Are Safer Than Real Cigs

Posted Dec 22, 2010

Researchers at the Boston University School of Public Health said that e-cigarettes are much safer than normal cigarettes. E-cigarettes are nicotine inhalers to help cigarette smokers quit the bad habit. The BU researchers said that there are “few, if any” chemicals in e-cigarettes that have serious health risks. Carcinogen levels in e-cigarettes are thousand times lower than in real cigarettes. But one of the biggest advantages of e-cigarettes is demonstrated in the below video: