Health

Physically active teens more likely to vape

Physically active adolescents may be more likely to use electronic cigarettes, also known as e-cigarettes or vapes, than their less active peers, according to new research from the University of Georgia.

Surgery

Sharp tools reduce infection risk in bone surgeries

Researchers at Auckland University of Technology's BioDesign Lab and the University of Auckland's Department of Surgery have uncovered a link between the sharpness of surgical implements and the risk of post-surgery infection.

Health

Vaping increases susceptibility to coronavirus in mice

The use of e-cigarettes, or vaping, causes serious damage to the lungs. After the novel coronavirus responsible for the respiratory disease COVID-19 emerged last year, there have been ongoing concerns about how vaping might ...

Medical research

E-cigarettes stress lungs, impair protein function

E-cigarettes stress and inflame the lungs of rats, compromising important regulatory proteins through exposure, according to research recently published in the journal Redox Biology. The findings, made possible by a biomolecular ...

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