Barnaby Page || 21st November 2014 || News analysis || Health and science | Nicotine | Geographies: Belgium Europe
E-cigarettes may be more effective than previously thought in reducing craving for tobacco cigarettes and helping people quit smoking, according to a group of Belgian scientists who partially attribute their results to the use of second-generation e-cigs.
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