Tag Archives: smoking

E-Cigarettes: What We Know, What We Need to Learn

In 2014 with vaping newly on the rise, Dr. Laura Crotty Alexander joined us to talk about the potential health risks.

Five years later, we revisit the topic to see how the research is bearing out how e-cigarettes and their usage has evolved. Dr. Alexander shares a physician’s view of the specific dangers of vaping.

For more programs bringing the public and scientists together to explore how science can best serve society, watch Exploring Ethics https://uctv.tv/exploring-ethics/

Watch — How Bad Are E-cigarettes? – Exploring Ethics

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Clearing the Air of Third-Hand Smoke

By now we’re all well aware that cigarettes are harmful to smokers and the people around them who regularly breathe in secondhand smoke.  But what about after the smoke has cleared?

UC researchers at California’s Thirdhand Smoke Consortium are investigating the impact of thirdhand smoke, the toxic residue that cigarettes leave behind. Find out how and what they’re learning in the latest episode of UCTV Prime Cuts.

Clearing the Air of Thirdhand Smoke

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