NICOTINE in e-cigarettes causes the blood to clot, research shows.
Some people who smoke e-cigs suffer deterioration in their blood vessels.
Researchers now warn that people who often use e-cigs with nicotine are at risk of heart attacks or strokes[/caption]
And their heart rate and blood pressure go up.
The effects are similar to those caused by smoking traditional cigarettes.
Researchers now warn that people who often use e-cigs with nicotine are at risk of heart attacks or strokes.
The Swedish study of 22 young smokers was presented at a European conference.
Professor Jonathan Griff, of Queen Mary, University of London, said: “This study adds to the growing evidence on the harmful effects of e-cigarettes.”
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