E-Cigarettes: New Route To Health Improvement
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Hand holding an electronic cigarette over a dark backgroundPrime Minister, David Cameron, made some positive comments about how e-cigarettes are a “legitimate path” for improving the overall health of the nation.


While speaking at the Prime Minister’s Question time last week, Cameron stated that the battle he was going through with smoking ultimately came out successful. He stressed that the government should closely look at the experts reports from the Public Health England. They recently concluded that e-cigarettes were about 95% less harmful to the body than regular tobacco cigarettes.


Carson followed by pointing out that everyone is different and some do truly find success when trying to quit tobacco cigarettes by using e-cigarettes.


It is estimated that over a million people have used the help of e-cigarettes to help them quit regular cigarette smoking, which is very promising. Carson stresses that we should be taking this route of quitting smoking very seriously. He followed again by saying how this is an extremely legitimate path for the nations future health.


Electronic Cigarette Industry Trade Association’s chief scientific officer, Tom Pruden, said that he is happy to see the positive benefits of using electronic cigarettes being recognized by the UK’s current and former cigarette smokers.


Pruden concludes that it is a shame that new European legislation will threaten these positive benefits.