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Trying to quit smoking, e-cigarettes are more attractive than traditional smoking cessation methods, such as nicotine replacement therapy, and at least as effective.
The latest research from Georgetown University Medical Center in the United States, indicates that up to 6.6 million early deaths could be avoided across the country, if smokers had to switch to e-cigarettes.
A new report indicates that efforts by Scottish authorities to reduce smoking are having a “positive impact”.
Vaping advocates, particularly in the UK, were left outraged last week after repeated claims about Britain’s falling smoking rate made no mention of vapour products – or, indeed, any mention of harm reduction at all. Groups like ASH and Cancer Research gave all the credit to controversial measures they have advocated for, and ignored science-based methods.
According to research data released earlier this week by researchers from Penn State College of Medicine, vapers are less dependent on their electronic devices, than smokers are on combustible cigarettes.
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