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Are e-cigarette users at a higher risk for COVID-19?

By: Riley Kleemeier

The use of e-cigarettes has increasingly grown in popularity amongst the younger population. A study published in Journal of Adolescent Health wanted to find a correlation between youth e-cigarette use and COVID-19 symptoms, testing, and diagnosis.

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