Vaping linked to host of new health risks

Potential effects span immunity to mental health and sperm to heart

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RISKY PUFFS  Many people assume e-cigarettes are a healthier alternative to smoking. But new animal data suggest vaping may pose immune risks — and possibly behavioral and reproductive risks for the children of women who vape during pregnancy. 

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