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E-Cigarettes May Not be the Gateway to Smoking After All

Contrary to some popular belief, those who smoke electronic cigarettes may not graduate to actual cigs. Researchers from the University of Oklahoma found that of the teens they surveyed, while 43 people (3.3 percent) said their first taste of nicotine was an E-cigarette, only one person (3.3 percent) started smoking actual tobacco, Reason.Com reported.

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