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Electronic cigarettes aren’t quite the safe option everyone thinks. They cause the same amount of damage to our teeth and gums as conventional cigarettes, and the vapour from e-cigarettes kills up to 50 per cent of cells in the mouth that are our first line of defence, two new studies have found.
E-cigarettes may be a healthier option than real cigarettes, but they still contain toxic chemicals that could harm the lungs and immune system, a new study has found
Chinese and Indian Ayurvedic medicines are under seriousattack in Europe - and yet three studies have this week proven they can help inthe treatment of cancer, in easing a lung condition, and they may well hold theanswer to the antibiotic-resistant superbugs