You can’t hardly go anywhere without seeing someone blowing vapor from their mouth. E-cigarettes have become extremely popular. I guess the less addictive and more reliable cigarette is all the rage these days. Its stock is definitely rising with no real signs of stopping.
E-cigarettes did hit a small bump in the road of sorts though. Oncotarget’s, a peer reviewed English medical journal, first study published uncovered a few things i think e-cigarette companies wouldn’t want getting out. The results of the study stand as proof that e-cigarettes aren’t as safe as brands would have you believe. Although they do not produce tobacco smoke and secondhand smoke may be completely eliminated, e-cigarettes do contain nicotine and chemicals that are capable enough to cause bodily harm. Check the journal at SCImago Journal & Country Rank.
The e-liquid inside the e-cigarette is what’s behind the majority of damage reported in the study. Individuals who participated in the study had clear signs of gum soreness and inflammation.
Oncotarget caught a lot of backlash from e-cigarette smokers, criticizing it review process. Many of them felt the medical journal was nitpicking, but the truth is the truth.
Oncotarget is a weekly medical journal formed in 2010. In just one short year the medical journal became the number one ranking medical journal according to Thomson Reuters JCR Impact Factor.
In its startup phase it mostly focused on oncology, the study and treatment of cancer, but as time went on it began developing non-oncological publications. The editors-in-chief are Mikhail Blagosklonny and Andrei V. Gudkov.
Learn more: http://www.bioxbio.com/if/html/ONCOTARGET.html