From National Post:

As the report points out, studies conducted by Public Health England show that in that country, “Among youth, e-cigarette use is almost exclusively confined to those who already smoke.” Which is especially interesting when combined with licensed marriage and family therapist Damon Jacobs’s observation in a recent blog post for the R Street Institute that U.S. “teen rates of tobacco use have been declining consistently ever since vaping became available.” And again in the United Kingdom, where the government has generally accepted e-cigarettes as a less harmful alternative to smoking, and regulated vaping accordingly, smoking by children has fallen by two thirds since the year 2000.

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