The Heart Risk of Vaping
Article from Cleveland Heart Lab
According to the Cleveland Heart Lab, "Smokers sometimes turn to e-cigarettes to try to quit smoking. But according to new research from Boston University School of Medicine, they may be trading one health harm for another. The study looked at the effects of nine flavorings common in e-cigarettes and other tobacco products on a type of cell that lines the walls of blood vessels, including the ones in the heart."
This article explains a study that researched heart damage caused by flavored e-cigarettes.