Electronic Cigarettes May Slow Down Your Heart Rate, Study
According to a new research, led by Daniel J. Conklin, Ph.D., an assistant professor at the University of Louisville, electronic cigarettes may affect heart rate and function.
For the study, the scientists exposed healthy mice to electronic nicotine delivery systems (ENDS) for 9 minutes. In addition, the mice were exposed to smoke from traditional cigarettes with and without nicotine.
Having analyzed the received results, the authors of the study concluded that ENDS aerosols strongly affect cardiovascular function in mice. Also, the study revealed that the mice also showed an increased blood pressure.
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