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WHO: Ban indoor use of e-cigarettes

Until studies prove that 'vaping' is harmless to bystanders, indoor use of electronic cigarettes should be banned, the World Health Organisation recommends.

E-cigarettes may tempt non-smokers to start

Non-smoking youths may be more tempted to smoke electronic cigarettes than conventional cigarettes, and are more likely to try regular cigarettes once they have tried e-cigarettes.

The health benefits of nicotine

Everybody knows that cigarettes are terrible, and they unequivocally are, but it turns out that one of their most maligned ingredients is actually not that bad for you.

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Raising sin tax gets smokers to quit

On World No Tobacco Day, 31 May 2014, the World Health Organisation calls for nations to dramatically raise taxes on tobacco as the most effective way to curb smoking.

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