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Electronic cigarettes are marketed as a cheaper, safer alternative to conventional cigarettes. As they do not produce smoke, research suggests that electronic cigarettes are relatively harmless in comparison with smoking. This briefing reviews the safety of e-cigarettes and how effective they are as an aid to stopping smoking. ASH briefing on electronic cigarettesRead More
The health benefits of stopping smoking start within hours of putting out the last cigarette. Using a combination of medication and behavioural support can substantially increase the chances of successfully quitting. Sept 2014.Read More
ASH’s top tips to help you stop smoking. Sept 2014.Read More