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After seeing this rise in reported health problems with the devices, the FDA went back and combed its records from poison control centers and discovered that over nearly a decade, some 35 people reported having used an e-cig and subsequently suffered a seizure.
There was an increase in markers of inflammation, mucus production and altered lung function in all three e-cig groups - after only three days.
The group, Sigaw ng Kabataan Coalition (SKC), chimed in, asking youths who use e-cigs to shun the vice and instead stay 'clean' for the Holy Week.
They found that within an hour of the five-minute e-cig exposure, the short-term group's arteries narrowed by approximately 30 percent.
'However, people with all the characteristics of a more dependent e-cig user still had a lower e-cig dependence score than their cigarette dependence score,' Foulds said.
The history of e-cigs goes back to the 1960s when first developed, but because smoking was so socially acceptable the idea did not take hold.
Current research studies globally lack to expose the flawless effectiveness of e-cig as a smoking cessation aid.
"I was at home in the early after-noon when the e-cig suddenly blew up in my mouth with no warning," he said.
Today, there are many e-cig producers and numerous small shops selling e-cigs and customized nicotine-dispensing products.
That's a key takeaway from Wells Fargo Securities' second-annual e-cig conference, held in November.
M2 EQUITYBITES-April 22, 2014-American Heritage's improved e-cig lasts longer