UNC Study: Fourth-Generation Vaping Devices Increase Risk to Immune Cells

Not all electronic cigarette devices are created equal. Some fourth-generation models – such as Juul devices – are associated with unique changes in markers of immune responses inside our airways, according to a new peer-reviewed paper from UNC School of Medicine researchers.

The study, published in the American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine, found that users of fourth-generation nicotine-salt-containing devices display a unique mix of cellular biomarkers indicative of immune suppression.

Read more: https://news.unchealthcare.org/2022/06/fourth-generation-vaping-devices-increase-risk-to-immune-cells/

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