Misconceptions about nicotine risks uncovered

The 1,020 doctors surveyed between September 2018 and February 2019 were asked about their understanding of tobacco treatment practices, harm reduction beliefs and tobacco and e-cigarette use, reported Modesta Alobawone for Rutgers University on 10 September 2020. According to a Rutgers University-led national survey in the United States, most doctors misperceive the…


E-Cigarettes More Effective Than Counseling

At 12 weeks, 21.9% of participants given nicotine-containing e-cigarettes had quit smoking, 17.3% of participants given non-nicotine e-cigarettes had quit and 9.1% of participants given only counseling had quit. Overall, those using nicotine-containing e-cigarettes were 2.4 times more likely to quit than those who did not vape at all.

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