New research found that one in four teens who vape say they’ve used e-cigarettes for an alternative technique known as “dripping.” According to the study, conducted by the Yale University School of Medicine, “dripping produces thicker clouds of vapor, gives a stronger sensation in the throat and makes flavors taste better.” The safety concern with dripping is that “it generates higher heating coil temperatures than conventional use of e-cigarettes” emitting more toxic chemicals. For the study teens from eight high schools in southeastern Connecticut participated. The study can be found in the journal Pediatrics.
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