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Low-level smoking still kills

Consistently smoking just one cigarette daily increases the risk of death compared to people who never smoke, a new study from the USA has found

The rise of e-cigarettes

Changes are afoot in the e-cigarette market and it is vital to keep up to date, writes Darush Attar-Zadeh.

E-cigarettes and quitting

Electronic cigarettes help smokers quit and increase the number of people who halve cigarette consumption, according to a Cochrane review of 13 studies.

New E-cigarette risks highlighted

Cigarette smoke contains at least 70 known carcinogens and switching a million smokers to e-cigarettes could prevent more than 6000 premature deaths in the UK annually.

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