The findings are just a glimpse at the potential damage e-cigarette use can induce in the lungs of smokers.
The research team at Children's National Hospital examined the data of over 8,000 American adolescents below the age of 18 with past history of smoking.
A group of Korean researchers uncovered a number of key factors said to be correlated with excessive electronic cigarette consumption.
Appearing in a study published by the American College of Cardiology, researchers there focused on nearly 370 participants in Canada, most of which were in mid-adulthood and had a profound medical history
A new study provides new concerns about the health risks linked to the usage of e-cigarettes. According to a team of researchers from the University of Kansas, e-cigarettes may increase the risk