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Risk of stroke higher among young vapers than smokers, says study

The median age for strokes in e-cigarette users is 48, while in those who smoke traditional cigarettes it is 59

08 November 2021 - 19:39

E-cigarette smoking increases the risk of a stroke at a younger age by 15% compared with puffing on traditional cigarettes, new research presented to the American Heart Association (https://newsroom.heart.org/news/e-cigarette-users-face-15-higher-risk-of-stroke-at-a-younger-age-than-traditional-smokers?preview=d20c) on Monday shows...

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