Vaping increases risk of heart failure by nearly 20%, study suggests

Vaping increases risk of heart failure by nearly 20%, study suggests

People who vape have a significantly higher risk for heart failure, according to a new study. Research presented at the American College of Cardiology's Annual Scientific Session shows that people who used e-cigarettes at any point were 19% more likely to develop heart failure compared to people who had never used them. MORE: AI can detect depression in white people based on their social media posts – but not in Black people, Penn study finds Approximately 6.2 million people in …