E-cigarettes condemned by non-smokers
As per e recent report by The Guardian the number of e-cigarette users have risen three times to 2 million since 2012.
The anti-tobacco public health charity Action on Smoking and Health (ASH) revealed these figures after conducting a survey on the topic.
The results of the survey also revealed that there is not enough proof available that non-smokers are using e-cigarettes although this may alter in the coming times.
The ASH published these figures which ended up a series of headlines on the topic which is the usage of e-cigarettes by non-smokers.
The information just compasses the 2010 to 2014 period, implying that more drawn out term smoking patterns are obscure. The examination has found that non-smokers are not getting addicted to e-cigarettes, in spite of the fact that it is so early it would be impossible to be smug.
It is difficult to anticipate with any conviction what long haul impacts they may have on smoking addictions since the concept of e-cigarettes are a fairly new idea.
What is ASH? Movement on Smoking and Health (ASH) was made in 1971 by the Royal College of Physicians. Its a public health charity association which aims at working to remove the damage caused by smoking.
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