Title

Usage of Electronic Cigarettes and Vaping and Their Effect on the Lungs and Lung Function

Presentation Type

Health Science Academy

Academic Level

Collin College Health Science Academy

Location

Conference Room B

Start Date

12-4-2017 6:45 PM

End Date

12-4-2017 7:30 PM

Abstract

This paper analyzes and compiles ten separate, published articles or scholarly journals that report results from research conducted in a scientific laboratory, interviews and censuses gathered from subjects, and statistics about the usage of electronic cigarettes (e-cigarette) and vaping. It is the purpose of this paper to examine the separate articles in order to form a cohesive and cumulative report on the effects of e-cigarettes on the pulmonary system, in particular, the lungs themselves, especially on adolescent development. The articles vary on the degree to which e-cigarettes are harmful as well as the standing of current E-cigarette users and their level of dependence on nicotine usage; however, all articles present some form of caution in which e-cigarettes should be used. In order to fully understand how e-cigarettes and vaping affect lung function, every aspect of said process should be studied including production and manufacturing, the procedure of a working e-cigarette, and the outcome.

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Usage of Electronic Cigarettes and Vaping and Their Effect on the Lungs and Lung Function

Conference Room B

This paper analyzes and compiles ten separate, published articles or scholarly journals that report results from research conducted in a scientific laboratory, interviews and censuses gathered from subjects, and statistics about the usage of electronic cigarettes (e-cigarette) and vaping. It is the purpose of this paper to examine the separate articles in order to form a cohesive and cumulative report on the effects of e-cigarettes on the pulmonary system, in particular, the lungs themselves, especially on adolescent development. The articles vary on the degree to which e-cigarettes are harmful as well as the standing of current E-cigarette users and their level of dependence on nicotine usage; however, all articles present some form of caution in which e-cigarettes should be used. In order to fully understand how e-cigarettes and vaping affect lung function, every aspect of said process should be studied including production and manufacturing, the procedure of a working e-cigarette, and the outcome.