“This article is a comprehensive summary of over 300 peer-reviewed scientific papers and other evidence published by approximately 50 institutions over the past decade,” said Dr David O’Reilly, Director of Scientific Research, of research and development in British America. The tobacco.
The number of people who mistakenly believe that vaping is as harmful or more harmful than cigarettes has increased in several regions, including Europe and the United States.
Unfortunately, the data compiled indicated that over the past decade, the number of people who mistakenly believe that vaping is as harmful or more harmful than smoking conventional cigarettes has increased in several regions, including Europe and the United States. United States.
On a positive note, the population modeling studies cited in the review showed that a significant reduction in premature deaths could be achieved if current smokers switched exclusively to vaping rather than continuing to smoke.
“The scientific evidence is clear, but consumer misperceptions persist. In England and the United States, only one in three adults know there is scientific evidence available, including from leading public health authorities, which supports the conclusion that vaping is less harmful than smoking. The reality is that many leading public health authorities have reported that vaping is less harmful than smoking, and that this harm reduction potential can be maximized if smokers who would otherwise continue to smoke switch exclusively to use. steam-based products, ”continued O’Reilly.
Nicotine sachets vs snus
Meanwhile, another recent study by BAT compared the tobacco company’s Velo nicotine sachets with a Swedish-style cigarette and snus sachet. Nicotine sachets have been shown to be less biologically active than cigarette smoke and snus, even at higher concentrations of nicotine and through a series of tests. In fact, in numerous attempts, Velo did not elicit a biological response at all, leading researchers to conclude that they are safer than traditional cigarettes and Swedish snus.
Nicotine sachets are teabag-like sachets that are placed under the upper lip for about 15 to 30 minutes depending on the preferred dose of nicotine. While similar to snus, they have the added benefit of being tobacco free, odorless, and unlike snuff, they do not require spitting. Unfortunately, nicotine sachets have been banned in some countries, including New Zealand.
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