E-Cigarette Hazards Identified by Oncotarget

A study published in Oncotarget suggests e-cigarettes cause damage to gum tissue. The study was led by Ifran Rahman, a PHD Professor of Environmental Medicine. This study is one of the first to identify the bad effects to oral health caused by e-cigarettes at a molecular level. As e-cigs continue to gain popularity and people believe that they are a healthier alternative to traditional smoking, more unsuspecting damage will result. The study shows that vapors release bad proteins that lead to damage in gums which can go on to cause gum disease. Download output styles at Endnote.com.

The study also showed that the burning of the many flavor chemicals used in e-cigs is bad for gums too and when coupled with the vapors just makes things cumulatively worse. To add insult to injury, they also contain nicotine much like regular cigarettes. Nicotine is both addictive and also generally adverse to oral health. Rahman hopes the e-cig companies will come out with a full list of ingredients used in creation of the products so that he will be able to better spread warning of the possible detriments of using the cigarettes. Ifran is motivated by the fact that many people plain out are unaware that they are adversely effecting their gums when using these products. Educating the masses on the possible hazards is his goal of the studies.

Oncotarget is a collection of peer reviewed journals that go over the routes of cancers and other health causes. The journal also makes note of therapy studies and cancer patient management. It’s main goal is to study the effectiveness of health protocols and improve them via peer review and speculation. It also develops better methods of patient treatment and increases the safety of medical protocols. Learn more about Oncotarget at Research Gate.

Sam Tabar- Pushing the Boundaries

There are very few people living in the US today who can claim to have done more in the field of medicine than Sam Tabar, especially if you are talking about lawyers.

It is hard enough to study and practice law in the US, even harder to double the training with professional work as a financier and nearly impossible to add medicine to the mix without somehow losing your way. But that is what Sam Tabar has been able to do successfully in the years since the completion of his education.

According to Angel.co, most people who have heard of Sam Tabar in the past have probably only heard of him as either a successful American attorney or as one of the most recognizable faces at Full Cycle Energy. But a quick study will soon reveal that many people do not know about his contributions to the field of medicine.

This is rather surprising when you consider the fact that he is one of the very few lawyers in the country who has dared to participate and make any ongoing contributions to this field.

The medical world is ever expanding, and new discoveries are being made on a near daily basis. With that in mind, you would expect that most Americans should have no problems at all when it comes to accessing quality medical healthcare. Learn more about Sam Tabar: http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0845880/ and http://pocomuseum.org/sam-tabar-a-great-mind-for-investments/

However, the actual situation on the ground is entirely different. Although the technology and research are available, there is a significant gap between availability and access within the country. Simply put, many people who could benefit from the improved technology still do not do so because they are not able to access the same.

One of the biggest impediments to obtaining quality medical is the lack of sufficient finances since most people who do not have adequate health insurance cover cannot afford to pay. It is this and similar problems that formed the background for Sam Tabar’s involvement in the medical world even in light of the risk that such a move might pose to his career as a lawyer.

He uses his financial genius to help improve access to medical care for the lowest in the society.