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Because people are worried that e-cigarettes are as harmful as cigarettes, and they are also very concerned about how the government regulates British e-cigarette brands, members of parliament will investigate e-cigarettes.銆€銆€The Science and Technology Committee used e-cigarettes as a smoking cessation tool to study its effectiveness and health effects. Nearly 3 million people in the UK now regularly use e-cigarettes, a four-fold increase from 2012.銆€銆€ However, Norman · Lamb, chairman of the committee, said that everyone has mixed reviews on e-cigarettes.銆€銆€ Liberal Democratic Party members said: "Electronic cigarettes are regarded by some as a valuable tool because it can reduce the number of people who smoke traditional cigarettes. But some people think that e-cigarettes will induce young people to smoke. We want to understand the impact of this growing industry on the cost of the British national medical service system and the British public finances. ”銆€銆€This news was released after e-cigarettes were first listed as a smoking cessation tool in the “Quit Smoking in October” campaign. After e-cigarettes proved to be the most popular smoking cessation tool during the 2016 election campaign, government-supported smoking cessation campaigns began to run in October, and now e-cigarettes have also changed in TV commercials.銆€銆€ But despite this, e-cigarettes have not yet been included in the British National Medical Service System as prescription drugs for smoking cessation. The new draft guidelines of the National Institute of Health and Nursing also did not include e-cigarettes as recommendations to help people quit smoking.銆€銆€ The National Institute of Health and Nursing believes that everyone should be informed that there is little evidence to show whether the long-term effects of e-cigarettes are beneficial or harmful.銆€銆€ But it is indeed very useful for some people who quit smoking.

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British e-cigarette brands strengthen supervision

Because people are worried that e-cigarettes are as harmful as cigarettes, and they are also very concerned about how the government regulates British e-cigarette brands, members of parliament will investigate e-cigarettes.銆€銆€The Science and Technology Committee used e-cigarettes as a smoking cessation tool to study its effectiveness and health effects. Nearly 3 million people in the UK now regularly use e-cigarettes, a four-fold increase from 2012.銆€銆€ However, Norman · Lamb, chairman of the committee, said that everyone has mixed reviews on e-cigarettes.銆€銆€ Liberal Democratic Party members said: "Electronic cigarettes are regarded by some as a valuable tool because it can reduce the number of people who smoke traditional cigarettes. But some people think that e-cigarettes will induce young people to smoke. We want to understand the impact of this growing industry on the cost of the British national medical service system and the British public finances. ”銆€銆€This news was released after e-cigarettes were first listed as a smoking cessation tool in the “Quit Smoking in October” campaign. After e-cigarettes proved to be the most popular smoking cessation tool during the 2016 election campaign, government-supported smoking cessation campaigns began to run in October, and now e-cigarettes have also changed in TV commercials.銆€銆€ But despite this, e-cigarettes have not yet been included in the British National Medical Service System as prescription drugs for smoking cessation. The new draft guidelines of the National Institute of Health and Nursing also did not include e-cigarettes as recommendations to help people quit smoking.銆€銆€ The National Institute of Health and Nursing believes that everyone should be informed that there is little evidence to show whether the long-term effects of e-cigarettes are beneficial or harmful.銆€銆€ But it is indeed very useful for some people who quit smoking.

British e-cigarette brands strengthen supervision

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Because people are worried that e-cigarettes are as harmful as cigarettes, and they are also very concerned about how the government regulates British e-cigarette brands, members of parliament will investigate e-cigarettes.銆€銆€The Science and Technology Committee used e-cigarettes as a smoking cessation tool to study its effectiveness and health effects. Nearly 3 million people in the UK now regularly use e-cigarettes, a four-fold increase from 2012.銆€銆€ However, Norman · Lamb, chairman of the committee, said that everyone has mixed reviews on e-cigarettes.銆€銆€ Liberal Democratic Party members said: "Electronic cigarettes are regarded by some as a valuable tool because it can reduce the number of people who smoke traditional cigarettes. But some people think that e-cigarettes will induce young people to smoke. We want to understand the impact of this growing industry on the cost of the British national medical service system and the British public finances. ”銆€銆€This news was released after e-cigarettes were first listed as a smoking cessation tool in the “Quit Smoking in October” campaign. After e-cigarettes proved to be the most popular smoking cessation tool during the 2016 election campaign, government-supported smoking cessation campaigns began to run in October, and now e-cigarettes have also changed in TV commercials.銆€銆€ But despite this, e-cigarettes have not yet been included in the British National Medical Service System as prescription drugs for smoking cessation. The new draft guidelines of the National Institute of Health and Nursing also did not include e-cigarettes as recommendations to help people quit smoking.銆€銆€ The National Institute of Health and Nursing believes that everyone should be informed that there is little evidence to show whether the long-term effects of e-cigarettes are beneficial or harmful.銆€銆€ But it is indeed very useful for some people who quit smoking.

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Because people are worried that e-cigarettes are as harmful as cigarettes, and they are also very concerned about how the government regulates British e-cigarette brands, members of parliament will investigate e-cigarettes.銆€銆€The Science and Technology Committee used e-cigarettes as a smoking cessation tool to study its effectiveness and health effects. Nearly 3 million people in the UK now regularly use e-cigarettes, a four-fold increase from 2012.銆€銆€ However, Norman · Lamb, chairman of the committee, said that everyone has mixed reviews on e-cigarettes.銆€銆€ Liberal Democratic Party members said: "Electronic cigarettes are regarded by some as a valuable tool because it can reduce the number of people who smoke traditional cigarettes. But some people think that e-cigarettes will induce young people to smoke. We want to understand the impact of this growing industry on the cost of the British national medical service system and the British public finances. ”銆€銆€This news was released after e-cigarettes were first listed as a smoking cessation tool in the “Quit Smoking in October” campaign. After e-cigarettes proved to be the most popular smoking cessation tool during the 2016 election campaign, government-supported smoking cessation campaigns began to run in October, and now e-cigarettes have also changed in TV commercials.銆€銆€ But despite this, e-cigarettes have not yet been included in the British National Medical Service System as prescription drugs for smoking cessation. The new draft guidelines of the National Institute of Health and Nursing also did not include e-cigarettes as recommendations to help people quit smoking.銆€銆€ The National Institute of Health and Nursing believes that everyone should be informed that there is little evidence to show whether the long-term effects of e-cigarettes are beneficial or harmful.銆€銆€ But it is indeed very useful for some people who quit smoking.

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