Cherry flavoured e-cigarettes may expose vapers to significantly higher levels of the respiratory irritant benzaldehyde than other flavours, a study suggests. Published in Thorax the lab-based study showed doses of benzaldehyde inhaled with 30 puffs of a flavoured e-cigarette were often higher than those breathed in from a conventional cigarette. But cherry flavoured e-cigarettes had the ...
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