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There is no conclusive evidence that the use of electronic water pipes may cause young people to smo

  

  On April 24, according to VapingPost, an analysis of 17 investigations showed whether the use of electronic cigarettes was related to subsequent smoking. This evidence showed that the evidence that the use of electronic lookah glass dab rig may cause young people to smoke was not as strong as it seemed.

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  A study by TARG of Bristol Tobacco and Alcohol Research Group and NIHR Bristol Biomedical Research Center found that young people who do not smoke electronic cigarettes are almost five times more likely to smoke than ordinary people. IEU is the MRC comprehensive epidemiology department in Bristol.

  However, these findings do not provide conclusive evidence for the theory of so-called "door effect" or atomization leading to smoking. Policymakers use the results of this study, including our research in this study, to support strict regulation of electronic cigarettes, including restrictions on perfume, and even a comprehensive ban, but there is evidence that the use of electronic lookah snail may cause young people to smoke less strongly than they think. "Said Dr. Jasmine Hu Ya. D. TARG students from the school of psychological sciences.

  In the analysis, the research team found some research-related problems and concluded that smoking is not suitable for electronic cigarettes. Although there seems to be a strong link between non-smokers' use of e-cigarettes and subsequent smoking, the existing evidence is not reliable because these data are collected through self-reported smoking history measurements rather than biochemical verification.

  In addition, none of the studies included negative controls to show whether there was a causal relationship between the two. For this reason, tobacco harm reduction experts have long pointed out that the correlation between cigarettes and electronic lookah glass bong review cannot be considered as a causal relationship, that is, personality factors should also be taken into account. Young people have a higher experimental tendency than other age groups. In addition, those who tend to experiment with personality types may involve various substances, including electronic cigarettes and ordinary cigarettes.

  The researchers added: "Many evidences have not taken into account the nicotine content in electronic cigarettes used by non-smokers, which means it is very difficult to draw a conclusion whether nicotine is the mechanism leading to this association." They concluded that future research should solve the problems already stressed and analyze the correlation between electronic cigarettes and smoking through more advanced tests.