Researchers Say E-Cig Flavors Now Linked to Respiratory Disease

Researchers Say E-Cig Flavors Now Linked to Respiratory Disease

E-cigarettes have become a popular choice for many people who smoke, however, a new study says using them could lead to a severe respiratory disease.

A Harvard University study says more than 75% of flavored E-cigarettes have the chemical diacetyl, which may cause bronchiolitis.Diacetyl is considered safe to eat in its natural form but the CDC says when people inhale the chemical, it becomes potentially harmful.

The chemical has been linked to bronchiolitis from several cases and tests in labs.However, researchers say more studies are needed to verify how dangerous to your health it really can be once inhaled.

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