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Nicotine vaping in England: An evidence update including health risks and perceptions, 2022

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Original languageEnglish
TypeThe final annual update in the current series of evidence reviews about the health harms of vaping, by leading independent tobacco experts.
Published29 Sep 2022


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This report is the eighth in a series of independent reports originally commissioned by Public Health England (PHE) and now the Office for Health Improvement and Disparities (OHID) in the Department of Health and Social Care. The series aims to summarise the evidence on vaping products and to inform policies and regulations.

Alternative nicotine delivery devices such as vaping products can play a vital role in reducing the huge health burden caused by cigarette smoking, which remains:

the largest single risk factor for death and years of life lived in ill-health globally
a leading cause of health inequalities in England
the second most important risk factor for death and disability-adjusted life years globally

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