E-cigarettes are often though of as safer alternatives to tobacco products, but a new study contradicts this. Photo: Shutterstock
E-cigarettes are often though of as safer alternatives to tobacco products, but a new study contradicts this. Photo: Shutterstock
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Trying to quit smoking? E-cigarettes won’t help, and may do more harm to lungs and make you relapse, study suggests

  • Smokers who swapped cigarettes for another form of tobacco – including e-cigarettes – were more likely to relapse a year later, study finds
  • Vitamin E acetate – a specific additive in some e-cigarettes – can disrupt lung function when inhaled, health experts say

E-cigarettes are often though of as safer alternatives to tobacco products, but a new study contradicts this. Photo: Shutterstock
E-cigarettes are often though of as safer alternatives to tobacco products, but a new study contradicts this. Photo: Shutterstock
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