Wednesday, December 14, 2016


E-cigarettes are almost completely free of health risks, and could save millions of lives, agreed health experts at a London summit to discuss the effects of the device.
E-cigarettes – which work by users inhaling vaporized nicotine – have enjoyed a surge of popularity since they were introduced around the turn of the decade, with around 7 million users in Europe. Nations have moved to crack down, but a growing movement claims they offer more benefits than risks.
“We can recommend that smokers who cannot quit should switch to e-cigarettes,” said leading researcher Dr. Konstantinos Farsalinos of the University Hospital Gathuisberg, Belgium. The risks were less than 1/1000th of smoking tobacco, he told Metro.
Dr. Farsalinos added that the devices were the most effective tools to quit smoking. “The best alternative before was around 20% [...] In my research up to 80% of participants using e-cigarettes have quit.” Medical journal The Lancet also found that e-cigarettes were more effective than Nicorette gum and patches.
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