New Health Study Reveals Dangers of Vaping

Last week news broke about a young man who suffered 3rd degree burns on his face and chest after an electronic vaporizing pen, also known as a "Hip Stick" exploded. As the new trend of huffing cigarette fumes through an electronic device grows in popularity we can expect to see more of these types of mishaps. However....

0
17018
Dangers of Vaping

Vaping Toxic Fumes is Not Healthy or “Cool”

Last week news broke about a young man who suffered 3rd degree burns on his face and chest after an electronic vaporizing pen, also known as a “Hip Stick” exploded. As the new trend of huffing cigarette fumes through an electronic device grows in popularity we can expect to see more of these types of mishaps. However, malfunctions of the electronic nicotine delivery tool are only a small concern in comparison to the alarming dangers that accompany “vaping”.

After years of medical and scientific research the facts are finally in. Abusing e-cigarettes does in fact cause serious health issues and many are learning the hard way how destructive vape addiction can be. Not only on one’s body, but also the toll it takes against their social lives. Depression, Body Sores, Infection, Patchy Facial Hair, Brain Damage and Uncontrollable Crying Fits are only a few of the many side effects attributed to Vape use as published in a new study by the Academy of New World Scientists this week.

Despite its growing popularity over the last few years, we know surprisingly little on the health ramifications Vape use causes to our mental and physical health. However many of the physical effects from even moderate vape use can still be easily spotted. For example, patchy facial hair and severe adult onset breakouts of acne are a few of the symptoms caused by moderate vape use that have been documented previously by various health studies.

The new report brings to light several new side effects that are common from long term vape use. These include Anal Hemorrhaging and Penile Mitral Regurgitation, which is the medical term for blood back-flow of the genital region which forces the penis to go inside the body when aroused.

To investigate the health impact of long term vape use, a team lead by Dr. Jeffrey Allen Lash of the U.S. National Institute on Drug Abuse and NWS recruited 200 moderate to heavy vape users who used their vape pens at least twice a day, or 7 times a week.

“Our team was astonished with the results from our controlled study. Of course Vaping is by no means safe, and only a complete dimwit would argue otherwise…but we never expected results such as these.” Said Dr. Jeffrey A. Lash, lead medical researcher from NWS Academy. “The patchy facial hair and irritability were a given, but Penile Mitral Regurgitation? It’s unfortunate that so many people are taking up such a disgusting and dangerous habit simply to be one of the “cool kids”

“Our team was astonished with the results from our controlled study. Of course Vaping is by no means safe, and only a complete dimwit would argue otherwise…but we never expected results such as these.” Said Dr. Jeffrey A. Lash, lead medical researcher from NWS Academy. “The patchy facial hair and irritability were a given, but Penile Mitral Regurgitation? It’s unfortunate that so many people are taking up such a disgusting and dangerous habit simply to be one of the “cool kids”

With the results now in it’s most likely only a matter of time before the Vape Industry becomes heavily regulated by the government. As of now their is little to no safety or health regulations, nor an authority that regulates the vape industry. A team of our finest investigative journalists are currently looking into the vape industry and we hope to publish our findings in the near future. Only one thing is certain, vape users are ignorant, hipster degenerates who face a bleak future riddled with serious health issues.

IFLScience Facebook Comments

comments