Study: E-cigarettes may lead more adolescents into smoking
from By Denise A. Valenti
They are referred to as "ENDS," which stands for electronic nicotine delivery systems. Healthcare officials have hoped these e-cigarette devices would facilitate "ends" to smoking addiction. Unfortunately, they may be bringing about faster "ends" to optimum health and leading to increased rates of smoke-inhaled tobacco. Research shows the use of e-cigs among adolescents seems to lead to the use of cigarettes, not curtail it, according to a recently published study in Tobacco Control.
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