59 % of e-cigarette smokers are less likely to give up smoking, 49 % are less likely to reduce usage of cigarettes. These are the results of a new study conducted by University of California, San Diego School of Medicine.
Thus, the previous major research on the success based on e-cigarettes devices is refuted.
Wael Al-Delaimy, MD, PhD, professor and chief of the Division of Global Public Health in the Department of Family Medicine and Public Health concluded:
"But the research revealed the contrary. We need further studies to answer why they cannot quit. One hypothesis is that smokers are receiving an increase in nicotine dose by using e-cigarettes."
In addition to the vapours, the smokers inhale heavy metals and particles of aerosolized nicotine.
United States Food and Drug Administration continue to misinform the American citizens and release guidelines for e-cigarettes appeal and safety.