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Vaping Damages Immune Cells, Researchers Find
Vaping Damages Immune Cells, Researchers Find
A small, in vitro study concludes that e-cigarette vapor harms macrophages taken from human lung tissue.
Vaping Damages Immune Cells, Researchers Find
Vaping Damages Immune Cells, Researchers Find

A small, in vitro study concludes that e-cigarette vapor harms macrophages taken from human lung tissue.

A small, in vitro study concludes that e-cigarette vapor harms macrophages taken from human lung tissue.

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Study: Vaping Causes DNA Damage in Human Cells and Mice
Study: Vaping Causes DNA Damage in Human Cells and Mice
Ashley Yeager | Jan 31, 2018
New findings suggest that nicotine inhaled from e-cigarettes could contribute to cancer and heart disease, but critics warn that the data are too preliminary to draw such conclusions.
Swapping Cigarettes for Vaping
Swapping Cigarettes for Vaping
Aggie Mika | Oct 19, 2017
New evidence suggests e-cigarettes are not without risks to human health, but can be useful in getting people to kick their smoking habit.