According to a key study on 2,028 smokers in the USA, e-cigarettes do help smokers quit. The results of this study published in the Tobacco Control Journal, part of the British Medical Journals, showed that long-term e-cigarette users were more likely to quit smoking...
A study released by the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine has shown that e-cigarette use helps adults stop smoking and reduces exposure to toxic substances found in tobacco smoking.
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Research confirms e-cigarettes are less toxic and safer to use compared to conventional cigarettes.
The 2014 Eurobarometer survey analyzed daily usage of non-nicotine and nicotine containing e-cigarettes in the 28 EU states.
E-cigarettes are less toxic, safer with minimal long term effects when compared to conventional cigarettes, according to the latest research published by Cancer Research UK.
We try to establish facts and the truth following a number of reports and articles relating to the use of electronic cigarettes or, better, electronic vapour products in recent weeks.
A UK government agency, published a detailed report on electronic cigarettes that describes them as far less dangerous and recommends them as a harm-reducing alternative.
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