A new study from the University of Southern California claims to find secondhand vape and the researchers go on to state that this poses a risk to friends and family.
It’s just one more in a line of shoddy anti-vaping studies that Jessica Barrington-Trimis has been linked to and has been attacked by experts and the American Council on Science and Health.
The research looked at just over two thousand students who self-reported their recollection of secondhand vape exposure from 2014 (from when they were 8yrs old at most). It also asked them to recall any wheezing or self-diagnosed “bronchitic symptoms”.
They concluded: “Secondhand nicotine vape exposure was associated with increased risk of bronchitic symptoms and shortness of breath among young adults.”
Dave Cross – Planet of the Vapes – 2022-01-17.