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Vaping for weight control: A cross-sectional population study in England.

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Summary of "Vaping for weight control: A cross-sectional population study in England."

Concern about weight gain is a barrier to smoking cessation. E-cigarettes may help quitters to control their weight through continued exposure to the appetite-suppressant effects of nicotine and behavioural aspects of vaping. This study explored the views and practices of smokers, ex-smokers and current e-cigarette users relating to vaping and weight control.

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Name: Addictive behaviors
ISSN: 1873-6327
Pages: 211-219

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