New U.K. Study Says E-cigs are Far Safer than Traditional Cigarettes and Help Smokers Quit Tobacco

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New U.K. Study Says E-cigs are Far Safer than Traditional Cigarettes and Help Smokers Quit Tobacco E-cigarettes are 95 percent less harmful than smoking tobacco, according to an independent study released this month by Public Health England (PHE).

In the report, PHE also said health agencies should promote e-cigs as a way to quit smoking tobacco. Currently, 2.6 million adults in the U.K. are said to use e-cigs. The vast majority of these people are former traditional cigarette smokers, the study found, and have turned to e-cigs to help them successfully stop...
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FDA Poised To Regulate E-Liquids for E-Cigs

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FDA Poised To Regulate E-Liquids for E-Cigs

Within the next few months, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is expected to decide whether it will regulate liquid nicotine as a tobacco product.

As of August 2015, the FDA regulates traditional cigarettes, loose tobacco and smokeless tobacco, such as snuff. If the current proposal is finalized, the FDA also will regulate liquid nicotine, which is used in e-cigarettes and vaporizers. The proposal also includes new regulations for cigars, pipe tobacco and other tobacco gels and dissolvable...

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