Difference in a Single Gene May Boost Stress on Heart From e-Cigarettes in People of East Asian Descent

Research Highlights:

  • A genetic difference in one gene common in people of East Asian descent may make them more susceptible to rapid heart rates and chemical toxicity if they use e-cigarettes.
  • Although e-cigarettes may have fewer chemicals than tobacco cigarettes, the chemicals in e-cigarette aerosol may still cause harmful effects, particularly in people who are more susceptible because of their genetics.

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