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The latest research on e-cigarettes is adding to the large swath of evidence showing the devices are a key tool to helping smokers ditch the habit.
A study released Wednesday by researchers at Columbia University’s Mailman School of Public Health and the Rutgers School of Public Health reveals vapers who use an e-cigarette on a daily basis vastly strengthen their chances of quitting over those relying on the patches and gum approved by the Food and Drug Administration, reports News Medical.
Researchers - Half - Vapers - Years - Percent
The researchers found more than half of daily vapers quit smoking within the past five years. Only 28 percent of smokers who did not try a vaping devices were successful in their efforts to quit.
“Smokers, like others, are able to make better informed decisions as they get better information and are offered better choices,” David Sweanor of the Center for Health Law, Policy and Ethics at the University of Ottawa told The Daily Caller News Foundation. “We have succeeded brilliantly in increasing dissonance among smokers. Most wish to quit smoking and have been held back from using far less hazardous products due to misinformation and lack of options. As that starts to change, the rate of people switching off cigarettes can be expected to soar.”
Study - University - California - July - Record
A study from the University of California released July 26 showed that a record number of Americans are ditching cigarettes with the aid of vaping devices....
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