Source: New York Times
According to a new report by the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine that analyzed a plethora of data and research on e-cigarettes, teens who use e-cigarettes are likely to end up trying regular cigarettes.
Anti-smoking groups argue that teens who use e-cigarettes are likely to be lured into using regular smoking devices more regularly.
The report also noted however that e-cigarettes can help regular smokers quit.
David Eaton, leader of the committee that reviewed the data, said “E-cigarettes cannot be simply categorized as either beneficial or harmful.”
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