Electronic cigarettes: a clinical perspective Graham Cope examines the potential risks associated with the rise of vaping E-cigarettes: A review of the parliamentary green paper As e-cigarettes become increasingly popular, MPs have tried to ascertain their safety. By Graham Cope 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 Always offer smoking cessation Healthcare professionals should treat tobacco dependency as part of routine practice, says Darush Attar-Zadeh The end of smoking? Mark Greener presents key studies linked to reductions in smoking rates E-cigarettes and adolescents There is a concern that the use of e-cigs by adolescents could be a gateway to smoking, says Graham Cope 1 comment 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-cigs have mixed effect on quit attempts Using e-cigarettes daily increases the chance of making a quit attempt and cuts cigarette consumption, according to a new British study The pros and cons of e-cigarettes E-cigarettes are increasingly being used as an alternative to tobacco products, explains Darush Attar-Zadeh. 3 comments 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.