New Study Shows E-Cigarettes Can Cause Stress

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Tuesday, July 2nd
E-cigarettes can produce a stress response on a brain's stem cells. That's according to a new study from UC Riverside.

It finds even short-term exposure to e-cigs can stress cells in a manner that may lead, with chronic use, to cell death or disease.

For a closer look at the study KCBS news anchor Rebecca Corral spoke with Atena Zahedi co-author of the study and bio-engineering doctorate at UC Riverside.