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Doctors: Give Smokers E-Cigs To Help Them Quit
www.heart.co.uk

Although there is a possibility that e-cigarettes could cause some long-term harm, the Royal College of Physicians (RCP) has said such devices have the potential to make a “major contribution” to preventing premature death and disease among smokers.

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E-Cigarettes, As Used, Aren’t Helping Smokers Quit, Study Shows
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Electronic cigarettes are widely promoted and used to help smokers quit traditional cigarettes, but a new analysis from UC San Francisco found that adult smokers who use e-cigarettes are actually 28 percent less likely to stop smoking cigarettes. The …

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CDC Says E-Cigs Help You Quit Smoking
www.thedailybeast.com

While e-cigs have been marketed as a means to quit smoking conventional cigarettes, there’s been a distinct lack of studies supporting this claim. Additionally, critics are concerned that use of e-cigarettes will act as a gateway to actual smoking of …

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E-Cigarette Smokers Less Likely To Quit Smoking, Study Claims
www.immortal.org

E-cigarettes allow the smokers to inhale nicotine while avoiding the harm of tobacco smoke. Estimates show that two thirds of e-cigarette smokers, commonly known as ‘vapers’ are current smokers – many of whom are trying to quit, and the remainder of …

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Review finds e-cigarettes may help smokers quit
www.iol.co.za

London – Evidence suggests e-cigarettes help smokers quit, but more research is needed to confirm this and find out if “vaping” nicotine is better than using patches or gum, scientists said on Wednesday. In an international review of available evidence …

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E-cigarettes Do Not Help Cancer Patients Quit Smoking
www.counselheal.com

Several studies have found evidence for and against the use of e-cigarette as a smoking cessation aid. According to a new study conducted in cancer patients, researchers reported that using e-cigarettes did not increased their likelihood of quitting …

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Heart group: E-cigarettes might help smokers quit
www.wbay.com

This concept, called harm reduction, “is probably the most important and the most contentious issue that the tobacco community is dealing with right now,” said Tom Glynn, who recently retired as the Cancer Society’s top scientist on the e-cigarette issue.

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Studies Show E-Cigarettes Help Smokers Quit
www.csdecisions.com

For years, advocates for smoke-free alternatives, such as electronic cigarettes and other e-vapor products, have known that these products are effective at helping smokers quit or dramatically reduce their cigarette consumption. Some, including myself …

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Evidence builds that e-cigarettes help smokers quit
www.bostonglobe.com

As a health reporter, I hate covering flip-flopping studies like a March finding that electronic cigarettes don't help smokers quit and a new British study finding that they do. Here's the simple explanation for the conflicting findings: The first …

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A juicy new way to quit smoking
www.winfieldcourier.com

“Vaping” — which is what people call the act of using an e-cigarette — highly resembles the act of smoking a tobacco cigarette and gives users a simulated experience of doing so, while providing the user with regulated doses of nicotine in a variety …

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E-cigarettes: helping smokers quit or glamorising a dangerous habit?
www.theguardian.com

At least, electronically. The electronic cigarette (e-cig, vapouriser, fake fag, digital cancer) is, if you believe the adverts and scare stories in the press, the new black. No longer happy with the adverse health effects of smoking analogue …

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Are electronic cigarettes a way to quit smoking?
www.mlive.com

Gradually lowering that level, and getting away from the harmful effects of tars and carbon monoxide of tobacco-burning cigarettes is e-cigarette smokers' overriding claim for it being a great way to quit smoking. But e-cigarettes' effectiveness as a …

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