Study: E-Cig Flavors Can Damage Heart Cells

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WESTERN NEW YORK – A new study found that e-cigarette flavors can damage cells in your blood vessels, and even lead to heart problems.

The study was published in the Journal of the American College of Cardiology.

It included six e-liquids with varying nicotine concentrations.

Researchers found that cells that came in contact with the fluids had poorer survival rates and increased inflammation.

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