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E-cigarettes re-ignite smoking debate

Critics dispute claims as healthier alternative

Saturday, January 18, 2014
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A decade after e-cigarettes first hit the market in China, scientists, public health officials and regulatory bodies are still trying to answer whether it is the latest innovative tool in the smoking cessation arsenal or just another way to enjoy nicotine while skirting the nation’s many smoking bans....

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