UNC researches health effects of vaping

by Liz Schlemmer


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E-cigarettes have become a popular way for some smokers to quit traditional cigarettes, but new research questions the effects for a growing number of young people who vape but never smoked. (Photo by Liz Schlemmer/Carolina Connection)

New research from UNC has raised questions about the health effects of e-cigarettes.

Some people consider vaping a healthier alternative for those who want to quit smoking. But scientists say there’s little evidence to back that up.

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