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CDC Oddly Quiet On Study Proving Vaping Does Not Pollute Indoor Air

Vape show e1454947011954(The Daily Vapor | Steve Birr) A study by federal health officials investigating the effects of vaping indoors did not find meaningful levels of toxins or pollutants in the vapor exhaled from e-cigarettes.

The National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health, an arm of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), released the results of a study in July evaluating the concentrations of “vaping-related chemicals” in the air of a vape shop. The research, which was conducted in January, revealed that the levels of various chemicals present in liquid nicotine were well below federal safety limits for workplaces, reports Vaping 360.


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