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    Interesting fairly recent study

    Regarding
    ECs, these deliver sensorimotor stimuli closer to smoking
    than inhalators and aerosols though not as close as DNCs.
    However, they also deliver nicotine. Survey data have shown
    that some smokers have successfully switched from
    conventional cigarettes to ECs, suggesting that ECs may
    have the potential to compete with cigarettes as a consumer
    product. Questions remain as to whether ECs should be seen
    in the same light as for instance consumer products
    containing caffeine (e.g. teabags, soft drinks), or whether
    they should be submitted to stricter regulation in the absence
    of any evidence of harm so far. Some governing bodies have
    banned or restricted the marketing and sales of ECs, while
    others such as the UK allow them on the basis that these
    products are not marketed for therapeutic use. The popularity
    of ECs is growing however [59], and regulations will no
    doubt be reviewed in light of further research on safety and
    efficacy.



    http://benthamscience.com/open/toadd...5/41TOADDJ.pdf
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    Hit the links for free "Pub Med Articles" Some interesting points?

    Related Citations for PubMed (Select 20647410) - PubMed - NCBI
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    Somebody should send this the way of Becky Freeman.
    (Although I mustn't assume that, as a public health researcher, she knows the meaning of "peer reviewed journal".)

 

 

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