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E-cigarette use is rising, putting more Americans at risk of blood vessel damage and heart disease, according to three new studies.

In the first study, researchers found that nearly 1 in 20 adults use e-cigarettes."Our study may have important public health implications and ramifications for educational strategies aimed at targeting various population segments to inform them of the health effects and risks associated with the use of e-cigarettes," said lead author Dr. Mahmoud Al Rifai, a cardiology fellow at Baylor College of Medicine in Houston.