Report: E-cigarette use among teens may raise risk of smoking
from American Dental Association
Young people who use e-cigarettes are at an increased risk of using conventional cigarettes, and nicotine intake from e-cigarettes is comparable to conventional cigarettes, according to a report from the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine. The evidence "suggests that while e-cigarettes are not without health risks, they are likely to be far less harmful than conventional cigarettes," the report says, noting, however, that e-cigarettes' "long-term health effects are not yet clear."
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