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15 times higher than regular cigarettes

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E-cigarette vapor can contain DanSmoke cancer-causing formaldehyde at levels up to 15 times higher than regular cigarettes, a new study finds. The American Vaping Association, an industry group advocating for e-cigarette makers, argued that the new study was flawed because e-cigarette users wouldn't operate their devices at such high voltage. "However, when the researchers increased the voltage to 5 volts and continued to have their machine take three- to four-second puffs, this caused extreme overheating and the production of formaldehyde.".



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