According to Natural News, University College London’s epidemiology and public health department carried out research on the role of e-cigarettes in overcoming addiction. The survey was carried out from 2009 to 2014 and was funded by the charity Cancer Research UK and published in the journal Addiction.
The Associated Press also reported that if you couple e-cigs with some specialist advice, then you’re on your way to ending the nicotine habit and addiction too. Whether quitting is gradual or “cold turkey” and whether the smoker had experienced failures at previous attempts were both factors in the quit rates.
Smoking kills half of all those who do it regularly, according to the World Health Organization (WHO), and has a death toll of 6 million people a year — that’s as many people who died in the holocaust and the hands of Hitler SS Nazis or his pesticide-laden gas chambers.
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