respiratory

E-cigarettes helped up to 22K smokers quit

The use of e-cigarettes produced up to 22K additional long-term quitters in England in 2014, according to latest estimates. The research team from University College London defined a long-term quitter as someone who has not smoked for at least one-year. Writing in their paper published in Addiction the research team led by Professor Robert West ...

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