Association of Electronic Cigarette Use with Respiratory Symptom Development among US Young Adults - American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine

A new study by Lung Association funded researcher, Andrew Stokes, Ph.D., from Boston University School of Public Health revealed that young adults who used e-cigarettes were more likely to develop respiratory issues within one year of vaping. The study found that participants who used e-cigarettes had greater incidence of self-reported respiratory symptoms, such as wheezing, dry cough during sleeping and wheezing during exercise, within 12 months of use. 

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