E-cigarette smoking linked to heart disease risk

High adrenaline levels, oxidative stress seen in comparison with nonsmokers

HEART HEALTH  E-cigarette use may increase risk for heart disease by increasing adrenaline levels in the heart, a new study suggests.


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