Many people believe that the fog is the reason for the sudden increase in smoking among young people.

On July 22, according to media reports Canada, a study entitled “E-cigarettes and smoking rates among young people in Canada, Britain and the United States: cross-sectional surveys repeatedly national” indicates that this study was published in the BMJ in 2019 after years of continuous decline, teen smoking rate has increased significantly, surprising Canadian Association Electronic cigarette, health authorities and parents across the country.

Many people believe that the fog is the reason for the sudden increase in smoking among young people. However, the publication Canada Student Tobacco, Alcohol and Drug Survey (CSTADS) by Health Canada has resulted in the forced correction and will be published in the BMJ.

“In the original paper BMJ, changes in the smoking rate in Canada 2017-2018 within the past 30 days was reported to be 10.7% to 15.5% (statistically significant increase), and the weight is now being adjusted to 10.7% to 10 , 0% (No major changes). ”

Through this correction, it can be concluded that teenage smoking rates continue to decline, indicating that smoking e-cigarettes do not go into the burning tobacco.

Executive Director CVA Darryl Tempest said that CVA has always been a supporter protect young people from addiction to nicotine and we are very pleased to see that false information has been improved because the statistics are wrong previously reported in this study have been used Maintaining legislation against the most successful harm reduction products on the market.

The Royal College of Physicians has concluded for the sixth consecutive year that smoking e-cigarettes at least 95% less hazardous than smoking. E-cigarettes are intended as a tool for adult smokers to reduce harm. It is not suitable for young people or non-smokers. E-cigarettes have been repeatedly proven to be the most effective smoking cessation products in the world, and 83% of smokers are more likely to successfully quit smoking e-cigarettes than other smoking cessation products.

CVA stated that as a member of society, we all work hard to ensure that young people are not harmed. Therefore, research on the dangers of electronic atomization for young people must be accurate, because a lot of measures to protect young people will affect adult smokers to reduce their danger, so this is very important.

Now, data analysis accurately reflects that there is no relationship between adolescent smoking and smoking. E-cigarette is the most successful tool to reduce the danger, not the entrance to smoke, and the law should reflect this to save the lives of millions of smokers Canada.
The study entitled “E-cigarettes to reduce tobacco and lung health benefits of chronic smokers undergoing lung cancer screening within six months” aims to determine whether e-cigarettes are safe and effective in supporting smoking cessation.

A total of 210 smokers 55 years and older were recruited for the study. They smoked an average 10 cigarettes for at least 10 years. They were randomly divided into three groups, one group was given nicotine e-cigarette, one group was given a placebo (no nicotine), and a control group not given the e-cigarette. All participants received smoking cessation program three months, which included cognitive behavioral programs to support them to change behavior and increase their motivation to stop smoking.

Data collected through measurement of self-reported, clinical evaluation, and Leicester Cough Questionnaire found that among those who continued to smoke for 6 months, no significant difference in the number of cigarettes smoked per day between the two groups, while the nicotine group of cigarettes daily average 11 cigarettes smoked, while the nicotine-free e-cigarettes smoked 14 cigarettes a day, while the control group smoked 13.5 cigarettes.

Among those who continued to smoke for 6 months, the difference in the other group is significa that

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