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    Recommends from New Zealand :E-cigarette will be help for quit smoking


    A New Zealand official website that provides e-cigarette information and advice will be launched this month, there will have a campaign about quit smoking in August and in August, use e-cigarette alternatives to traditional tobacco cigarette , to smokers quit smoking.

    Especially for the young Maori women, the total smoking rate is 13.8% in New Zealand, while the smoking rate is up to 32.5% among Maori women. This campaign marks a change in the position for the Ministry of Health. The Ministry of Health has been cautious in its stance on e-cigarettes.


    A spokesperson said that "e-cigarettes are a safe way for smokers who want to quit."

    Ben Youden, a spokesperson for Ashburton said: there is still a lot of confusion about e-cigarettes, and many people still think e-cigarette is as bad as smoking. However, the studies have shown that e-cigarettes are less 95% harmful than traditional tobacco cigarettes.


    Although e-cigarettes are banned in many public places, but the scientific community agrees that e-cigarettes are less harmful than cigarettes significantly and will likely to alternatives to traditional tobacco cigarette for quitting smoking, and more research will prove it. Most European and Asian countries are encouraging smokers to switch from traditional cigarettes to e-cigarettes. In fact, e-cigarettes are safer than cigarettes that use traditional tobacco, the harmful substance in e-cigarette much less than traditional tobacco cigarette. In addition, the use of electronic cigarettes can reduce the harm of second-hand smoke to our friends, relatives and the public.


    E-cigarettes have a very low harmful risk of health. we believe that e-cigarette products will replaced the status of traditional cigarettes gradually in the future, helping smokers to quit the use of tobacco cigarette slowly.

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