What does vaping do to your body? Latest research on mice revealed



Experiments on mice have revealed how electronic cigarettes increase the risk of cancer and cardiovascular disease by harming genes.
Researchers say that the 'smoke' damaged DNA in the heart, lungs and bladder of the test animals.
It's led scientists to suggest that the vaping devices could trigger tumours, strokes and heart attacks.
Similar results were obtained when the researchers mimicked the effects of e-cig smoke on human lung and bladder cells grown in the lab, writes the Bristol Post.
The findings, published in the journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, add to... read more

 
31 January 2018 in Regional East, Views: 25
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