Ecigarettes should not be restricted, says American Scholar

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An important reminder of the importance of electronic cigarettes to former smokers was given to us this week in USA, courtesy of Sally Satel, a resident scholar at the American Enterprise Institute and a psychiatrist specializing in addiction.

She states “E-cigarettes, however, could be what we need to knock the U.S. smoking rate from a stubborn 18 percent to the government’s goal of 12 percent by 2020.”

The article goes on to remind readers that the main ingredients in e-cigarettes are propylene glycol and glycerin. These are generally regarded as harmless — they’re found in toothpaste, hand sanitizer, asthma inhalers, and many other FDA-approved foods, cosmetics and pharmaceuticals. 

She ultimately reccomended that governments do not introduce restrictions on electronic cigarettes as “The potential for e-cigarettes to help people quit smoking is encouraging”.

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