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UNITED KINGDOM: E-cigarette, a possible "time bomb" according to Chief Medical Officer

UNITED KINGDOM: E-cigarette, a possible "time bomb" according to Chief Medical Officer

Is the wind turning in the UK? Supporter of the promotion of vaping for many years now, it seems that doubt is settling in the country through the voice of Lady Sally Davies, current chief physician. In a recent interview, she stated that she was worried that vaping might bea time bombWhich could cause long-term damage ... Perfect timing to return his jacket?


Dame Sally Davies, Physician, Hematologist, currently Chief Medical Officer of the United Kingdom.

BRITISH HEALTH MANAGER CARES ABOUT VAPOTAGE


For the convinced vaper the United Kingdom is a little Eldorado, the place where the vape is considered for a long time as " 95% less harmful compared to tobacco". Yet the doubt seems to settle following recent events affecting the United States.

For Women Sally Davies, the chief medical officer of the country, there is a fear that the vaping is a "time bomb" that could cause long-term damage, while concern is growing about the safety of the e-cigarette .

Professor Dame Sally Davies, who will be leaving later this month, made the comment just before US President Donald Trump announces his intention to ban flavored vaping products in an attempt to deter children use the e-cigarette.

In an interview with Civil Service WorldLady Sally raised concerns about the safety of e-cigarettes. " Is it a time bomb? Will this have long-term consequences? »

For years, Public Health England (PHE) has been implementing it to claim that it is at least 95% less harmful than smoking. Last year, he urged hospitals to start selling electronic cigarettes and let patients use them in the bedrooms. Official statistics suggest that in terms of experimentation in adolescents, vaping has replaced smoking.

Dame Sally said e-cigarettes should not be allowed in public places, warning that vaping could set a bad example for children. Earlier this year, she said, " I would not let the vapers use it in public places. I hate when I pass in front of someone who vapotes, in my head I say to myself: « And then we talk about pollution ... »

Previously, she said: " I continue to worry because we do not know what the effects of long-term use are, nor the effects on people who are at risk of developing nicotine addiction by using them. A question also arises as to the social impact of the standardization of vaping «

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