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Additives Result in Higher Toxins for Vape Users, Portland State Study Finds

Nov 27, 2019 AM EST The vaping industry is filled with unknowns. Those unknowns are leading to more questions as the number of users dealing with injuries, or in some cases, death, continues to rise.

Flavored Electronic Cigarettes Linked To Possible Cardiovascular Disease

Jun 16, 2018 AM EDT Scientists from the Boston University School of Medicine looked into the effects of flavored e-cigarettes to the lining of blood vessels. Here are their findings.

Tobacco Use Rates Among Middle and High School Students Flatten in 2017

Jun 08, 2018 AM EDT E-cigarettes maybe putting a new generation at risk of nicotine addiction, according to new survey.

E-cigarette Use Among College Students Is linked To Depression, Study Finds

Feb 15, 2017 AM EST Study suggests that depression is linked to college students' use of e-cigarettes.

E-cigarettes Do Not Stop Youth From Smoking, According To UCSF Study

Jan 24, 2017 AM EST New research from UCSF finds no evidence of e-cigarettes lowering tobacco consumption among youth. Rather, they discovered that e-cigarettes encourage youths to smoke.

E-Cigarettes; Hookah Use Among Teens Increases [VIDEO]

Apr 18, 2016 AM EDT The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention say that while teens are smoking fewer cigarettes over the years, hookah and e-cigarette use has increased.

E-Cigarettes Also Contain Some Toxic Elements, Study

Aug 30, 2014 AM EDT Second-hand smoke from electronic cigarettes might be less dangerous smoke from traditional ones. However, they release toxins into the air, according to a new study by the University of Southern ...

E-cigarettes Make Supebugs More Deadly: Study

May 19, 2014 AM EDT Nicotine-laden vapor from e-cigarettes makes the untreatable MRSA superbug more poisonous.

Young Adults More Likely to Experiment With E-Cigarettes Due To ‘Safe Tag,’ Study

Jan 09, 2014 AM EST E-cigarettes, which is touted as a much safer option than traditional cigarettes, is garnering a lot of popularity, according to a University of Minnesota study.

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