Flavorings Used in E-Cigarettes Can Up Your Risk for Heart Disease
E-cigarettes are bad for your heart. Flavoring liquids added in electronic cigarettes, or e-cigarettes such as cinnamon, menthol, caramel, fruit flavor, caramel, vanilla and butterscotch have found to be harmful and may increase risk of heart disease when inhaled.
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