Health experts warn smoking, vaping can increase chances of contracting coronavirus
Health experts believe smoking and vaping can increase a person's chances of contracting COVID-19 and can lead to more serious outcomes.
new links between smoking vaping on cove in 19 researchers looking at proteins called Ace two receptors that may service entry points for coronavirus. Smokers often have mawr than non smokers. Clearly, patients who lung disease smokers do worse and be connection is that is, to receptors. Cedars Sinai Doctors at Messina Far says smokers who do contract the virus tend to get sicker and may have an increased chance of being hospitalized or placed on a ventilator. Stop smoking. Help us Help You. It's a plea amplified by health experts nationwide, who say no age group is safe. A Stanford University School of Medicine study found young people who Vape were more likely to contract coronavirus than nonusers. If you have ever used electronic cigarette, you are five times more likely to be diagnosed with Kovar 19 the American Lung Association launching a new campaign. You could never dry it, encouraging parents to talk to their kids about the dangers of vaping conversations that are especially important right now, says pediatric pulmonologist Dr Christie Said Family, doing something that could hurt your lungs right now in the time of ah, respiratory disease pandemic is just not a great idea. The pandemic providing more reasons to extinguish those lights for good. Sarah Dahllof, NBC News