A study has been produced targeting the effects on the outcome of consuming e-cigarettes. The study has shows that when vapors from a e-cig are released and come in contact with the gums the result is detrimental. What is the result? The simplest way to put it is that inflammatory proteins are released on to the gums which irritates the cells at a molecular level and ultimately deteriorates the gums. The study was also able to show that flavoring chemicals from e-cigs had an unfavorable effect on gums when coming into contact with them. To add insult to injury, many people do not know that much like regular cigarettes e-cigs also contain nicotine. Nicotine is an addictive substance that also has detrimental effects to the gums at a molecular level. Oncotarget is published by Impact Journals
The study was led by a highly regarded man in the medical field by the name of Ifran Rahman. Let’s all give Ifran Rahman a sweet round of applause for his hard work and dedication to uncovering the detrimental health effects of e-cigs that most people did not yet know about. This is exactly why he conducts these studies. To indicate to the masses the consequences of bad consumption. Unfortunately the e-cig companies have yet to come out with a full list of ingredients needed to produce their products. The more people consume e-cigs without the knowledge of the hazards, the more cumulative damage will be done to the gums. Fortunately for us Ifran Rahman is pretty much a super hero in the medical field. Ifran Rahman hopes that they will in the near future so that he will be able to identify any more possible health hazards involved in consuming various e-cig alternatives. Ifran Rahman is a PHD Professor of Environmental Medicine. He has not yet won an award for these excellent discoveries.
Oncotarget is a journal compiled of many medical findings and speculation. It includes medical relations in the areas of cancer studies. It also includes treatment and target studies as well as speculation and testing in how to best go forward in medical practices and patient treatment. The collection also closely studies patient satisfaction in medical settings.