E-Cigs Bad for Blood Vessels?

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E-cigarettes (e-cigs) may be just as bad for blood vessels as regular cigarettes, suggest findings from a study in the Journal of the American Heart Association. The researchers tested vascular function in adults ages 21 to 45 with normal cholesterol, blood sugar, and blood pressure levels and no known cardiovascular disease. Compared to nonsmokers, e-cig […]

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