Many smokers with Asthma continue to smoke, despite the harms to their lungs, yet a new research report by Dr Polosa and his team, published in Discovery Medicine finds that those that now vape instead of smoke, show that “Significant improvements in respiratory symptoms and lung function have been consistent”
In March of this year e-cigarettes were banned on flights in and out of the USA. The ban applies to all passengers on all U.S. and foreign airlines with flights within, into or out of the country. The ban took effect from April.
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