“Warnings over e-cigarettes are alarmist – and increasing their use could save many lives, researchers have said.
For every million smokers who switch to e-cigarettes, more than 6,000 lives a year could be saved, according to the University College London team.”
Well how long have I been saying it, along with many other e-cigarette bloggers and researchers alike? The above quote is from a BBC news piece where they alert people to the scaremongering tactics of some electronic cigarette health warnings and reports found in the press lately.
I have long been an advocate of e-cigarettes, not because they are wonderful for our health, far from it, how can a drug ever be good for us? But when that drug replaces one which is many times more harmful, how could that ever be a bad thing?
Read the full article here, and don’t believe the hype – e-cigs are not good for you but in the context of a comparison with tobacco smoke, they are a darn sight better for you!