Posts tagged 'e-cig'
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This is a reblog from Daily Mail. Original article: http://dailym.ai/29K2TRT
E-cigarettes will stop more teenagers from dying from cancer and lung problems, even if they do encourage some to take up smoking, a new study has found. The devices are likely to reduce smoking-related deaths in the US by more than a fifth since their introduction, a mathematical model shows.
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This is a reblog from author, Kaleigh Rogers. Original article: http://bit.ly/29pLD2d
An estimated 6.1 million Europeans have quit smoking by switching to vaping, according to a paper published online this week in Addiction.
Though only an estimation, the study highlights the need for more data on how useful vaping may be as a stop smoking aid. It's especially crucial as new e-cigarette regulations roll out across the EU and the US—rules that some say threaten the entire e-cig industry.
This is a reblog from author: Anna Fels. Original article: http://nyti.ms/1TQctEu
There was something odd about my new patient. She was elegantly dressed and self-possessed, and yet she was slowly, rhythmically chewing gum, something I rarely see in my psychiatry sessions. Was she trying to cover up anxiety about this first encounter, I wondered, or was she perhaps hoping to project a kind of cool, laid-back style?
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This is a reblog from The Daily Caller. The original article: http://dailycaller.com/2016/02/17/petition-demandi...
More than 10,000 people have signed a Change.org petition urging Facebook to change its definition of a tobacco product to exclude vaping products. Started by Kevin Price, the petition gathered 10,072 signatures at the time of this report’s publishing. The petition is addressed to Facebook Chief Executive and Co-Founder Mark Zuckerberg...
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This is a reblog from author Guy Bentley. Original article: http://dailycaller.com/2016/02/16/e-cigarettes-cou...
E-cigarettes could be behind the sharp increase in the number of people in England who have successfully quit smoking.
The Smoking Toolkit Survey which provides information about smoking and smoking cessation in England has released figures showing the success rate for people trying to quit smoking jumped from 14 percent in 2011 to 23 percent in 2016 – a rise of nine percentage points...