New study on the consequences of the use of Electronic Cigarettes (page 1)

A new study of electronic cigarettes states that, unlike their tobacco counterparts, electronic cigarettes do not affect the blood flow to the heart or lungs. (page 1)

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Public health authorities around the world are assessing the regulatory status of electronic cigarettes. The European Commission has recently proposed a medical regulation. Dr. Farsalinos said, "Recognizing the significant potential of electronic cigarettes as alternatives to smoking and based on scientific evidence, which clearly indicate that they are much safer, it is important that health authorities will regulate these products in a way That promotes rather than limiting their availability and use by smokers who can not quit smoking with currently approved medical methods. "