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Earlier this month, news outlets all over the world reported breathlessly on new research which claimed to find that e-cigarette users were 15 percent more likely to have a stroke at young age than smokers. [...] The problem is that this “research” was at best, highly misleading and, at worst, plain wrong.

First, this was not new published research as a casual reader might assume, but instead an unpublished conference presentation given a boost by the American Heart Association (AHA) which is explicitly opposed to reeduced risk alternatives to smoking such as vaping.