CDC faults e-cigs for failed cigarette smoking cessation, creating more smokers

As more public places go smoke-free, the popularity of electronic cigarettes has sparked. Smokers are "vaping" in areas where cigarettes are prohibited. Teenagers are turning on to vapor "e-cigs" reported the Press Association on March 31. E-cig makers claim that they're safer than cigarettes. But the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention blows smoke in the face of those claims. A CDC anti-smoking ad faults e-cigs for failed cigarette smoking cessation.  CDC anti-smoking ad faults e-cigs for failed cigarette smoking cessation 

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