Electronic cigarettes, which contain electronic tubes that produce nicotine vapor to simulate...
Electronic cigarettes, which contain electronic tubes that produce nicotine vapor to simulate the effects of smoking, don't appear to be as harmful to the heart as real cigarettes, a small-scale study has found. The results should be positive for manufacturers of the battery-powered products, including Lorillard (LO).
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