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Smoking e-cigarettes can alter hundreds of genes needed for immune defence, study says

Vaping may affect many more genes than smoking regular cigarettes; in other health news, the improved memory recall of runners may be due to a specific protein, and more fibre could reduce the severity of food allergies

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