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A new study involving mice raises another concern about the danger of e-cigarettes in humans after experiments showed that short-term exposure to the device's vapors appeared to increase the risk of clot formation. [...] Dr. Neal Benowitz, a longtime tobacco researcher who was not involved in the study, said the findings demonstrate "clearly and with multiple measures" that exposure to e-cigarettes increases clotting under the specific test settings used on the mice.