"are you Thinking of quit smoking cigarettes for good? In this case, is the e-cigarette is an effective way to get rid of with famous whiskies and smoke."
"It shows a new study from the united kingdom."
"Where have e cigarettes been shown two times more effective than nicotine patches."
"Are e-cigarettes an effective way to get smokers to stub out for good? This is according to the british researchers behind a new study where they followed smokers over a period of a year, something The New York Times reported."
"The almost 900 people that the british researchers have followed have been selected randomly and then divided into two groups. One of the group has been using the e-cigarette, and the other traditional stop-smoking products like nicotine patches and nicotine chewing gum."
"All the participants have also gone in talk therapy for at least a month's time when they used the different products. Behind the study are the National Institute for Health Research and Cancer Research in the Uk, and on Wednesday it published the results of the study in The New England Journal of Medicine."
"E-cigarettes satisfy smokers' needs."
"the Study showed that 18 per cent of those who used the e-cigarette had managed to quit smoking. While the figure for traditional nikton-replacement products low of 9.9 per cent."
"E-cigarettes satisfy smokers needs without letting them inhale tobacco. But several countries, including the united kingdom, where the study was carried out, does not allow the e-cigarettes are included in the category of the products is to quit smoking."
"– People who work in health have been reluctant to recommend e-cigarettes to the lack of evidence from controlled studies. But now it can be changed, " says Peter Hajek, professor of clinical psychology at Queen Mary University of London, led the study."
"Criticism: there Is no e-cigarette which is safe."
"The new study has already received a lot of reactions, not least from u.s. researchers in the field. "
"CNN says several researchers that one must be careful with the use of e-cigarettes. One of the main reasons why there they mean is that there is no research on how e-cigarettes affect our health in the longer term."
"– The u.s. food and drug administration has not been able to find any form of e-cigarette which is safe and effective when it comes to getting people to quit smoking, " says Jennifer Hobbs, who works at the American Lung Association to CNN."
"Tobacco kills nearly six million people each year. According to the New York Times, that figure will rise to eight million by the year 2030."