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E-Cigs May Not Help People to Stop Smoking for Good
Some electronic cigarette companies say that their products help people quit smoking, but the evidence to back up this claim is lacking, a new study finds. Researchers analyzed information from more than 1,000 people who took part in four previous …
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Addicted to nicotine or tech? E-cigs an accessory, not a solution
Think about it — there's no hard evidence that suggests e-cigarettes are actually better at helping smokers quit than any other treatment, like a patch or placebo. According to a LiveScience article published earlier this week, after three to six …
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4 Weird Health Effects of E-Cigarettes
E-cigarette research is heating up, and scientists are starting to show that using e-cigarettes can have some surprising health effects, according to new findings presented at the meeting of the American Thoracic Society.
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E-cigs added to Maury Co. smoking policy
Electronic cigarette users will have to join their traditional smoking counterparts when using the devices on county-owned property. The Maury County Commission amended its smoking policy to include e-cigarettes at its Monday meeting in Columbia.
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E-cigarettes could lead to chronic lung conditions: Vapour from gadgets
Dr Nicholas Hopkinson, medical adviser to the British Lung Foundation, told MailOnline: 'Most people are fairly confident that e-cigarettes are less harmful than cigarettes. 'The question now is whether they are harmless, and there is now evidence …
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Kids as likely to puff on 'harmful' e-cigarettes as they are to smoke tobacco
Kids are as likely to use e-cigarettes as they are to smoke tobacco, health chiefs have claimed. Research undertaken in Canada found one in five youngsters aged between 15 and 19 have tried e-cigs. "E-cigarettes have become increasingly popular," said …
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