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The E Cigarette: New Potentially Life Saving Data Released by the American Anti-Smoking Committee

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April 30, 2014 / It is not new news that smoking tobacco is deadly. The adverse health effects of cigarette smoking has prompted many pharmaceutical companies to invent alternatives such as patches, gums, and medications. However, according to new statistical data released by the American Anti – Smoking Committee, none of the prior methods mentioned are helping smokers to quit tobacco, as often as the E Cigarette helped them fight cravings, cope with withdrawal symptoms, and avoid relapsing to cigarettes.

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About American Electronic Cigarette Reviews

American E Cigarette Reviews, is a top-tier provider of product information through clinical research. Research is conducted to aid and promote healthy lifestyles, and provide the highest quality products to consumers. American E Cigarette Reviews uses highly efficient research methods to gain accurate results on many electronic smoking devices without bias, and will only publish results that include safe natural alternatives to tobacco use, in order to assure optimum health and safety. American E Cigarette Reviews is dedicated to providing its readers quality information that is geared towards living longer, healthier, and happier lives. The primary purpose of this release is to help consumers avoid poor quality products online, while shedding light on quality brands leading to informed buying decisions, and creating a better buying experience.

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American E Cigarette Reviews  

Other Resources:

http://www.lung.org/

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Electronic_cigarette 

http://www.fda.gov/

http://www.webmd.com/

 

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