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E-cigarette use may help people decrease their dependence on combustible cigarettes

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A Penn State College of Medicine study suggests that e-cigarettes may help people decrease their dependence on combustible cigarettes. E-cigarettes contain an array of harmful chemicals called toxicants. The researchers enrolled 520 participants interested in reducing their cigarette intake but with no plans or interest to quit smoking.
4 months ago

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E-cigarette use may help people decrease their dependence on combustible cigarettes

Electronic cigarettes have attracted media and consumer attention for claims of their addictive nature, variety of flavors and increased use among teens, sparking regulatory oversight and policies.

4 months ago·United States
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E-cigarette use to reduce cigarette smoking may not increase nicotine dependence

Electronic cigarettes have attracted media and consumer attention for claims of their addictive nature, variety of flavors and increased use among teens, sparking regulatory oversight and policies. A Penn State College of Medicine study suggests that these devices may help people decrease their dependence on combustible cigarettes—which contain an array of harmful chemicals called toxicants—without increasing their overall nicotine dependence.

4 months ago
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E-cigarette use to reduce cigarette smoking may not increase nicotine dependence

A Penn State College of Medicine study suggests that electronic cigarettes may help people decrease their dependence on combustible cigarettes without increasin

4 months ago·Charlottesville, United States
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Changes in Nicotine Dependence Among Smokers Using Electronic Cigarettes to Reduce Cigarette Smoking in a Randomized Controlled Trial

AbstractIntroduction. How nicotine dependence will be affected when current smokers initiate electronic cigarette (e-cigarette) use to reduce cigarette smoking

4 months ago·Oxford, United Kingdom
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E-cigarette use to reduce cigarette smoking may not increase nicotine dependence

A Penn State College of Medicine study suggests that electronic cigarettes may help people decrease their dependence on combustible cigarettes — which contain an array of harmful chemicals called toxicants — without increasing their overall nicotine dependence.

4 months ago
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