Vaping May Increase Risk Of Cavities

Findings from a new study from the Journal of the American Dental Association suggest a link between vaping and a higher risk for cavities. NBC News’ medical reporter Erika Edwards explains how the various ingredients in the liquid used in e-cigarettes are being tied to tooth decay.

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  1. Still mountains safer than smoking.

  2. Maybe it will, maybe it won't. But in other news, it turns out that red meat is not unhealthy. Imagine that!

  3. Good to know I'll stick with chocolate.

  4. Cavaties over lung and/or heart disease… Okay, I'll take my chances.

  5. Ya and smoking weed kills your brain but the nuts keep doing it

  6. Vaping may also increase the risk of staying a virgin forever

  7. Idk if I buy this. They should’ve brought a dentist on, cuz this kinda goes against what I know about how cavities are formed lol

  8. Yes they had something on NBS about Vapes just like cigarettes they carry a heavier sacoma intake that's the metals or iron in your body

  9. That would be from the munchies.


  11. It's most likely the vaper demographic is just hygienically challenged.

  12. Oh ya the cavities is the biggest problem of vaping

  13. Let’s never forget blm rioted during the covid pandemic when we were supposed to be social distancing and sheltering in place. They cost us billions in extra police hours, clean up, damages etc in a time when families couldn’t afford groceries.