A new UK survey suggests that withdrawing e-cigarettes is more effective for quitting smoking than patches of nicotine and chewing gum.
In fact, it shows smokers can also throw them.
Professor Peter Hike of Queen Mary University in London explained to Ross and John that the cause of cancer is tobacco combustion, which you just do not get in e-cigarettes.
"(Nicotine) is a villain of the work; it is responsible for people becoming compulsive smokers," he said.
"But in terms of health, there are no major adverse effects on health."
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