Smokers who use e-cigarettes to quit are more likely to succeed than those who use willpower alone or buy nicotine replacement therapies, such as patches or gum, a study suggests.
The survey of nearly 6,000 smokers found a fifth had quit with the aid of e-cigarettes.
That was 60% higher than those who did not use the devices, the study said.Well of course. It's because they mimic the habits of smoking, deliver the same throat hit, are cheaper than tobacco ... and are fun. It really shouldn't take months and months of debate to come to this conclusion, it's hardly rocket science, is it? The fact that the 'public health' cartel has muddied the waters for so long in an attempt to deny something as plainly intuitive as this should raise alarm bells with the general public about what other lies the health 'experts' may have been telling.
So it's official, e-cigs are good for public health then. Bizarrely, though, there will be thousands of 'public health experts' who will be gutted about it today.