The most common reason for trying an e-cigarette is smokers trying to quit.
– Deborah Arnott from ASH
Health officials in Britain have recently endorsed e-cigarettes, saying they are 95% safer than tobacco equivalents, and even suggesting doctors should be able to prescribe the devices to smokers trying to quit.
Today we meet Deborah Arnott from ASH (Action on Smoking & Health) who is pro vaping, and journalist Kelly Rose Bradford who in contrast strongly believes that e-cigarettes should be banned in public places.
Dr Dawn is also on hand with her medical opinion to set the record straight regarding these controversial devices.
I think the problem is that [e-cigarettes] are normalising smoking to a whole new generation of children.