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Over the last weeks, the media has published headlines with scary messages like "Survey shows that e-cigarettes contain 10 times more carcinogenic substances than regular cigarettes" and "E-cigarettes cause 10 times more cancer than regular cigarettes". Reading such headlines makes you wonder whether there is good reason to worry or whether this is yet another attempt to "attract" clicks/shares/likes. These aforesaid stunning headlines refer to the study commissioned by the Ministry of Health of Japan which was published in November 2014. Link to survey: http://www.mdpi.com/1660-4601/11/11/11192/htm Reading the results and conclusions of this study leaves no doubt that the media has twisted the truth in its articles. To attract clicks, of course. Read more