The immediate impact of e-hookah vaping on vascular health

January 16, 2024 by openaccessgovernment.org

The immediate impact of e-hookah vaping on vascular health

With the rise of vaping continuing to increase, electronic (e-) hookahs have been advertised as a safer tobacco alternative, but it’s not all it seems. A recent study funded by the University of California, Tobacco-Related Disease Research Program studied the immediate effects of e-hookah vaping on vascular health and has revealed that e-hookah’s may not be a safer alternative to tobacco. The research focused on determining the role of nicotine, a common component found in vaping products, on endothelial function and the crucial regulation of blood vessel health.


18.30% of the adult population are current smokers. There are approximately 48.7 million current smokers in United States 21.60% of men are current smokers but only 15.20% of women.
SOURCE: GSTHR


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