Will an E-Cigarette Ban Do More Harm Than Good?

Posted by freemexy on July 14th, 2019

Will an E-Cigarette Ban Do More Harm Than Good?

Ecig Wholesale have been at the center of a heated debate among policymakers, parents, and the public health community. On one hand, research shows that e-cigarettes are substantially safer than cigarettes, delivering nicotine through a vaporized mist rather than burning tobacco—which creates cancer-causing toxins. On the other hand, a surge in youth vaping in recent years has raised questions about teens getting hooked on nicotine and what the long-term health impact of e-cigarettes will be. But since vaping products have not been on the market long enough, the precise effects may not be known for decades.
David Abrams and Ray Niaura—both professors of social and behavioral sciences at the NYU College of Global Public Health and co-directors of the Tobacco Research Lab—have collectively spent nearly 75 years studying how to help people quit smoking and keep teens from starting. Together, they have written an award-winning handbook for health professionals on smoking cessation, published more than 700 articles in peer-reviewed journals on topics such as graphic cigarette warning labels, menthol cigarettes, and having a parent who smokes, and served as presidents of the Society for Behavioral Medicine (Abrams) and the Society for Research in Nicotine and Tobacco (Niaura).
In recent years, their focus has turned to e-cigarettes: a 2017 study in the journal Tobacco Control co-authored by Abrams and Niaura found that if most American smokers switched from cigarettes to vaping over the next 10 years, it could save as many as 6.6 million lives.
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