AAP researchers surveyed more than 3,200 http://www.wxii12.com/news/local-news/piedmont/reynolds-american-schedules-friday-news-conference/26118346 people. Results show 81% said e-cigarettes might be less harmful than cigarettes to people around them. 76% consider e-cigarettes to be more acceptable to non-tobacco users and 72% thought they can use electronic cigarettes in places where smoking is not allowed.
E-Cigarettes May Help Smokers Quit Habit
Tags: e cigarettes A new study suggests e-cigarettes could help smokers quit their deadly habit and play a vital role in improving public health. According to the study, e-cigarettes, which have become popular in the past years, could improve the success rate of smokers trying to give up smoking by 60 percent over thepeople who are using gums or patches as nicotine replacement. British researchers at the University College London said fresh findings indicated e-cigarettes were helping heavy smokers to quit. But the Medical and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency have not licensed the devices yet.