The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has announced that the agency is considering new regulatory actions to limit the nicotine levels associated with combustible tobacco and vapor products. According to agency officials, nicotine reduction will diminish the products’ addictiveness especially among teens, but a Harvard study is suggesting that the FDA’s efforts may be focusing on the wrong thing. Highly toxic cigarette additives like ammonia and acetaldehyde may be the real and significant danger.
Since the 1960s, addiction specialists had already determined that smoking addiction is a leading cause of death in the United States and abroad. They have also known for decades that the most substantial proportion of health risks associated with smoking comes from the thousands of extra chemicals intentionally placed inside combustible tobacco products that are specifically designed to keep the smoker hooked.
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