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Published on January 14, 2016

E-cigarettes may soon become available on the NHS

E-cigarettes may soon become available on the NHS

Around 10 million adults in the UK smoke cigarettes. This has been acknowledged by UK medicine regulators and for the first time they have approved an e-cigarette brand, opening the doors for them to be prescribed on the NHS. Despite the controversy over the safety of e-cigarettes, GPs could soon be prescribing a rechargeable e-cigarette [...]

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Published on September 21, 2015

Stoptober supports the use of e-cigarettes

Stoptober supports the use of e-cigarettes

With Stoptober fast approaching, this year’s campaign will see the annual initiative provide support for the use of e-cigarettes to help quit smoking. Public Health England backed the use of e-cigarettes last month as a smoking cessation tool and although the Stoptober campaign won’t provide advice on the different e-cigarettes available, the campaign will instead [...]

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Published on September 14, 2015

E–cigarettes may soon be provided by the NHS to help smokers quit

E–cigarettes may soon be provided by the NHS to help smokers quit

 In Britain, 2.6 million adults are using e-cigarettes as a method to try and quit smoking as they are 95% less harmful than tobacco. The NHS have acknowledged the safety of using                     e–cigarettes and they could soon be prescribed on the NHS to encourage more smokers to quit. However, it must be noted that [...]

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