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Teens who vape are nearly 7 times likelier to contract COVID-19: Stanford study

MarketWatch Wednesday, 12 August 2020
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News video: Study: Teens Who Vape Or Smoke E-Cigs At Far Greater Risk For COVID-19

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A new study has found that teens and young adults who vape are up to seven times more likely to be infected with COVID-19 than peers who don't use e-cigarettes. Those who used both cigarettes and e-cigarettes were almost five times as likely to experience symptoms as those who never smoked or...

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