Okay, you made that New Year's resolution for stop smoking traditional cigarettes. Good start, but perhaps you switched to E-cigarettes. If you made the switch, you might want to be aware of a potential danger.A New study by the New England Journal of Medicine found that E-cigarettes contain Formaldehyde

You recall formaldehyde? It was that chemical you used in biology class that preserved the creature you were dissecting.

Formaldehyde can also cause leukemia and cancer.New research has found that more of that chemical, formaldehyde, is found in the vapors of e-cigarettes than in traditional cigarette smoke.

It is estimated that 10 puffs from an e-cigarette could expose a user to over two times more formaldehyde than he or she would get form smoking a single tobacco cigarette. This could result in a greater cancer risk.

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