Young smokers are more likely to try e-cigarettes

06/16/2014 | Reuters

Research based on the Eurobarometer 2012 survey found that smokers aged 15 to 24 were more likely to use electronic cigarettes than older smokers. Smokers who were trying to quit were more likely to use e-cigarettes than nonsmokers. The findings were published in the journal Tobacco Control.

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