Pregnant women use e-cigarettes just as much as anyone else despite health risks, study finds

Pregnant women are using e-cigarettes as much as women who aren’t expecting, a new study finds.

Researchers say that about 3.5 percent of pregnant and non-pregnant women reported being frequent users of e-cigarettes.

Health experts have warned that e-cigarettes contain nicotine, just like traditional cigarettes, which can damage a developing baby’s brain and lungs.

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