On Wednesday, the American Stroke Association's International Stroke Conference in Honolulu is the biggest study ever on e-cigarette use and stroke risk.
E-cigarette users and 343,856 non-smokers;
Specifically, e-cigarette use can be increased by 70%, and coronary heart disease by 40%.
Paul Ndunda, lead author of the study, told INSIDER.
- “Ndunda told INSIDER.
Despite the growing popularity of e-cigarettes. On Wednesday, however, at the American Stroke Association's International Stroke Conference in Honolulu, United Kingdom heart disease and heart attack.
Researchers used data from the 2016 Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System (BRFSS), which looks at US citizens' health risk factors; services. E-cigarette users and 343,856 non-smokers. Based on this information, a link to the e-cigarette is used.
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Use of e-cigarettes was found to be at 70%, and coronary heart disease by 40%. Researchers, however, were unable to pinpoint how much to do it.
Additionally, because they were not able to link e-cigarette use to death.
There is some discrepancies worth noting
As mentioned, these were the most common causes of health problems. Similarly, the lead author of the study was added by INSIDER.
“There is a variability in e-cigarettes,” he said, adding that “nicotine isn't the only thing in these e-cigarettes and companies.
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Additionally, because they are able to control the potential risk. They have been able to control their age, sex, diabetes, smoking status, and body mass index, Ndunda said they are able to control the data.
“Ndunda told INSIDER.
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