E-cigarettes DO help smokers quit: Vapers are 15% more likely to try and ditch the habit
Smokers who also use e-cigarettes are more likely to kick the habit, a new research reveals.
Some 65 per cent of vapers attempt to quit smoking versus 40 percent of non-e-cigarette users, according to the largest study of its kind.
Vaping also increases a wannabe-quitter's chance of success, with eight percent successfully abstaining from cigarettes for at least three months compared to five per cent of traditional smokers, the research adds.
Peter Hajek, director of the health and lifestyle research unit at Queen Mary University, who was not involved in the study, said: 'It's absolutely... read more
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