E-Cigs Are Less Addictive than Regular Cigarettes, Study Confirms

December 10, 2014 1:40 PM

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A new study conducted by the Penn State College of Medicine shows that e-cigarettes have a much lower risk of getting their users addicted than traditional cigarettes. Researchers say that the findings are an important step towards understanding how nicotine really works in delivering dependence.

Jonathan Foulds, lead author of the study and professor at Penn State College of Medicine, said that his team found that e-cigs were less addictive than regular cigarettes in a large sample of long term users.

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