(San Francisco, CA) — E-cigarette users are twice as likely to have a heart attack as people who don’t smoke. A University of California-San Francisco survey concludes that smoking e-cigarettes is no more safe than smoking regular cigarettes. The study also showed that people who use both e-cigarettes and regular cigarettes are nearly five times more likely to suffer a heart attack. The senior author of the report says smokers can immediately drop their risk of having a heart attack by stopping the use of either product.
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