Vape Juice Flavors For E-Cigarettes May Cause Heart Issues – Women's Health

New research from the American Heart Association shows that nine vape juice flavorings can damage blood vessels. The e-cigarette flavorings were tested on endothelial cells, which line the blood vessels and inside of the heart. Of the nine flavors, burnt flavor, vanilla, cinnamon, clove, strawberry, banana, and spicy cooling, were dangerous even at low levels.

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If you’re, oh, basically any e-cigarette smoker, you’re probably choosing to vape rather than smoke a cigarette because you think it’s better for you than something that contains tobacco and nicotine. But, yeah, about that…e-cigs may be bad for your heart, too—particularly if vape juice flavorings are involved. (Sorry, unicorn milk, beetle juice, and lemon twist fans.)

The news comes from a study published Thursday in the American Heart Association’s journal, Arteriosclerosis, Thrombosis, and Vascular Biology. In the study, researchers found that all of the vape juice flavorings tested can impair blood vessel function—an early indicator of heart damage.

Well, shit. Which vape juice flavors are dangerous?

Nine chemical flavorings were tested for their short-term effects on endothelial

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