Electronic Cigarettes

  title={Electronic Cigarettes},
  author={Hayley L. Born and Michael J Persky and Dennis H. Kraus and Robert Peng and Milan R. Amin and Ryan C. Branski},
  journal={Otolaryngology–Head and Neck Surgery},
  pages={14 - 5}
Objective To introduce the otolaryngology community to the current state of research regarding electronic cigarettes, with special attention paid to mechanism, impact on health and addiction, and use in smoking cessation. Data Sources Review of Google Scholar and PubMed databases using the keywords electronic cigarettes, e-cigs, e-cigarettes, and vaping. In addition, information from media sources as well as news outlets was evaluated to gauge public perception of research findings. Review… 

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