Teens and Nicotine, a Bad Partnership

Dr. Michael Hernandez

There are consequences of smoking nicotine. Michael Hernandez, Critical Care & Pulmonary Medicine Physician, at South Miami Hospital, says some of the effects are increased heart rate and increased blood pressure.

He points out e-cigarettes are built as a cleaner delivery device, but there is a problem with them and that is there are other things within the liquid, other than nicotine, whose long-term side effects are unknown by experts.

In the heating coils of these e-cigarettes there are heavy metals, such as tin and arsenic.

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