A US study found that going cold turkey was a better quitting strategy than using e-cigarettes

By Ellen Phiddian
Updated February 11 2022 - 4:37am, first published 4:30am
According to a US study e-cigarettes were linked to lower success rates for those who tried to quit smoking, and they weren't any better at preventing relapses. Picture: Shutterstock.

Sales of e-cigarettes - particularly those with high nicotine content, similar to traditional cigarettes - skyrocketed in the US in 2017.

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