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E-cigs may damage the heart, study says : The Standard

The long-term effects of vaping remain unknown, but an Ohio State University review of the studies done so far suggests the devices damage blood vessels and heart tissue.The long-term effects of vaping remain unknown, but an Ohio State University review of the studies done so far suggests the devices damage blood vessels and heart tissue.

Vaping is 'NOT worth' the potential heart risk, researchers warn | Daily Mail Online

There is growing evidence that electronic cigarettes have adverse effects on the cardiovascular system, reports a paper published November 7, 2019, in Cardiovascular Research, a journal of the European Society of Cardiology (ESC).[1] "E-cigarettes contain nicotine, particulate matter, metals, and

Best Available Research: Electronic Cigarettes Are Not Worth the Risk

Best Available Research: Electronic Cigarettes Are Not Worth the Risk

“Decided to take up vaping.”

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“The public health concerns around youth use of vaping products are serious and widely shared. The industry needs to do its part to also address them, and separate brands like Juul that are violative with product segments that have acted more responsibly. https://t.co/CrtVyJTcD9”

Scott Gottlieb, MD on Twitter: "The public health concerns around youth use of vaping products are serious and widely shared. The industry needs to do its part to also address them, and separate brands like Juul that are violative with product segments that have acted more responsibly. https://t.co/CrtVyJTcD9"

“Juul halting sales of mint flavored pods as vaping backlash continues. $MO down a bit. https://t.co/Ur2OSeWN4F”

Paul R. La Monica on Twitter: "Juul halting sales of mint flavored pods as vaping backlash continues. $MO down a bit. https://t.co/Ur2OSeWN4F"

“E-cigarette maker Juul Labs halts sales of its #1-selling mint flavor, citing research that shows it's a favorite among underage teen users. Full @AP story coming: https://t.co/BeNThEtgN1”

Matthew Perrone on Twitter: "E-cigarette maker Juul Labs halts sales of its #1-selling mint flavor, citing research that shows it's a favorite among underage teen users. Full @AP story coming: https://t.co/BeNThEtgN1"

VAPING may be as bad for the heart as smoking, a review says. Experts say there is “more and more reason to worry” about e-cigs. They may even be harmful for bystanders exposed to second-hand vapou…

Vaping may be as bad for the heart as smoking cigarettes, study says – The Sun

Vaping could damage the heart, according to researchers who say the habit is not worth the risk until more facts about its impact on health are known. A study published in the Cardiovascular Research journal today found the widespread belief that vaping and the use of e-cigarettes were safe could be flawed. Fine particles found in air pollution are known to enter theVaping could damage the heart, according to researchers who say the habit is not worth the risk until more facts about its impact on health are known. A study published in the Cardiovascular Research

Vaping could affect the heart’s health, researchers warn | The Independent

A trio of new studies are united by a seemingly innocuous component: electronic cigarette flavors. Presently, the full scope of how these flavors affect the body is a mystery. But what we do know is that they are extremely popular, they are embraced by teenagers, and they could be quite dangerous.The flavorings in e-cigarettes may make all the difference.

How e-cigarettes impact health may depend on this one mysterious factor | Inverse

A panel of experts assessed all available evidence about the safety of electronic cigarettes and said using them was not worth the danger.A panel of experts assessed all available evidence about the safety of electronic cigarettes and said using them was not worth the danger.

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Vaping can cause heart attacks, says new study - Wales Online

Science hasn’t yet caught up with electronic cigarettes, leaving health care providers and users with many unknowns. But a new review of the research so far finds growing evidence that vaping can harm the heart and blood vessels. “Many people think these products are safe, but there is more and more reason to worry about their effects on hear...Science hasn’t yet caught up with electronic cigarettes, leaving health care providers and users with many unknowns. But a new review of the research so far finds growing evidence that vaping can harm the heart and blood vessels. “Many people think these products are safe, but there is more and more reason to worry about their effects on hear...

Vaping not worth potential heart risk, researchers say

Ohio State University researchers who reviewed studies exploring the effect of e-cigarettes on the heart are advising against using the devices. They say studies show that vaping can induce inflammation, DNA damage, stiffening of arteries, and changes in blood flow and platelet activity. More research, they say, needs to be done to determine whether e-cigarettes are safe, especially among adolescents, who are seeing a surge in vape use. Ohio State University researchers who reviewed studies exploring the effect of e-cigarettes on the heart are advising against using the devices. They say studies show that vaping can induce inflammation, DNA damage, stiffening of arteries, and changes in blood flow and platelet activity. More research, they say, needs to be done to determine whether e-cigarettes are safe, especially among adolescents, who are seeing a surge in vape use.

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