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Arguing About E Cigarette Wholesale

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Here are some Arguing about E cigarette, please use comments to suggest other uestions, better answers, or pick me up if your think my opinion is wrong.

1.   Does nicotine cause cancer or any other health effects? e cigarette wholesale: teamgiant.net
No. As almost all the e cigarette contain nicotine, it is importance to know what is nicotine. There is no evidence that nicotine causes cancer –the smouldering particles of organic material and hot toxic gases – that does the damage.   and it is really for those that make the claim to show that there is. It is possible that nicotine is unhelpful that you already have cancer.   It’s the smoke – Professor John Britton, who is Director of the UK Centre on Tobacco and Alcohol Studies and heads the Royal College of Physicians Tobacco Advisory Group compares the health risks of nicotine to caffeine.

“Nicotine itself is not a particularly hazardous drug,” says Professor John Britton, who leads the tobacco advisory group for the Royal College of Physicians.

“If all the smokers in Britain stopped smoking cigarettes and started smoking e-cigarettes we would save 5 million deaths in people who are alive today. It’s a massive potential public health prize.”   (BBC, Feb 2013)

“Nicotine is something on a par with the effects you get from caffeine."

2. Do e cigarette help people to quit smoking?
Yes, not just it looks like it can, but in the real world too - in the artificial world of clinical trials. A recent study found that people were 60% more likely to succeed to quit smoking by using e-cigarettes. In fact they appear to be more successful than established smoking cessation products like NRT.  

+ About one third of users are ex-smokers and two-thirds are current smokers.
+ ASH’s 2014 survey showed that about a third of users were now ex-smokers – 700,000 in the UK or about 7% of the smoking population – implying that many people are successfully quitting.
+ An estimated 2.1 million adults in Great Britain...


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