May , 2019
Recent headlines in National Newspapers say e-cigarettes are no different to conventional cigarettes - they contain nicotine and that this can cause cancer. Many people have read the recent headlines in National Newspapers saying e-cigarettes are no different to conventional cigarettes in that they contain nicotine and that this can cause cancer. But the study that the stories are based on, published in the journal PNAS, does not actually show this.
Some people remember the times when smoking was not just fashion, and it was seen to be the lifestyle. Doctors promoted it - Governments endorsed it - Pharmaceuticals made money from it - and then the bubble burst ... People died from it. People are still dying from it. The evidence we now see on a daily basis on our news programs and in our papers is that smoking is the biggest killer of human life ever invented by man.