• Corpus ID: 19792546

Title : Electronic cigarette use in the European Union : analysis of a representative sample of 27 460 Europeans from 28 countries Running head : E-cigarette use in the EU

  title={Title : Electronic cigarette use in the European Union : analysis of a representative sample of 27 460 Europeans from 28 countries Running head : E-cigarette use in the EU},
  author={Konstantinos E. Farsalinos and Konstantinos Poulas and Vassilis Voudris and Jacques Le Houezec},
1 Citations
E-Cigarettes are More Addictive than Traditional Cigarettes—A Study in Highly Educated Young People
The findings suggest that e-cigarettes may have a higher addictive potential than smoked cigarettes among young adults and that exclusive e-cigarette users and dual users did not differ significantly.


Determinants and prevalence of e-cigarette use throughout the European Union: a secondary analysis of 26 566 youth and adults from 27 Countries
The need to evaluate the potential long term impact of e-cigarette use on consumer health, cessation and nicotine addiction and formulate a European framework for e-cigarettes regulation within the revised EU Tobacco Product Directive is underscored.
Sociodemographic Differences in the Use of Electronic Nicotine Delivery Systems in the European Union.
The higher ever-use of ENDS among younger and higher educated people found in this study indicates a need to target appropriate product information, stressing that ENDS use does not imply zero harm.
A longitudinal study of electronic cigarette use among a population-based sample of adult smokers: association with smoking cessation and motivation to quit.
  • L. Biener, J. L. Hargraves
  • Medicine
    Nicotine & tobacco research : official journal of the Society for Research on Nicotine and Tobacco
  • 2015
Daily use of electronic cigarettes for at least 1 month is strongly associated with quitting smoking at follow-up, and the underlying reasons for intensive versus intermittent use are investigated to shed light on the mechanisms underlying the associations between e-cigarette use, motivation to quit, and smoking cessation.
Associations Between E-Cigarette Type, Frequency of Use, and Quitting Smoking: Findings From a Longitudinal Online Panel Survey in Great Britain
Whether e-cigarette use is associated with quitting depends on type and frequency of use, and tanks were more likely to be used by older respondents and respondents with lower education than cigalikes.
Biochemically verified smoking cessation and vaping beliefs among vape store customers.
Among vapor store customers in the United States who use electronic nicotine delivery devices to stop smoking, vaping longer, using newer-generation devices and using non-tobacco and non-menthol flavored e-liquid appear to be associated with higher rates of smoking cessation.
Corrigendum: Nicotine absorption from electronic cigarette use: comparison between experienced consumers (vapers) and naïve users (smokers)
This Article contains a typographical error in the Methods section under the subheading "Materials and clinical procedure". “The results of the two tests after excluding the question on cigarette and
E-cigarettes generate high levels of aldehydes only in 'dry puff' conditions.
Electronic cigarettes produce high levels of aldehyde only in dry puff conditions, in which the liquid overheats, causing a strong unpleasant taste that e-cigarette users detect and avoid.
Electronic cigarette use in young people in Great Britain 2013-2014.
Eurobarometer reveals that tobacco use is down by 2 percentage points in the EU since 2012, but 26% of Europeans are still smokers
  • Brussels, 29 May 2015. Available at: http://europa.eu/rapid/press This article is protected by copyright. All rights reserved. release_IP-15-5028_en.htm
  • 2015
Factors associated with dual use of tobacco and electronic cigarettes: A case control study.