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E-cigarettes: Not a healthy alternative to smoking; Allergists warn e-smokers of unknown risks

A new study examines the risks of e-cigarettes, and concludes that they are not a healthy alternative to smoking. A new article examines the idea that one of the initial "health benefits" proposed by e-cigarettes makers was that it would help those who smoke cigarettes cut back. The authors say that theory hasn't been proven, and there's no evidence to support the claims.
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