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Vaping popularity boom has helped 1.6m people in 6 years

According to a recent article by mirror.co.uk, vaping has helped 1.6 million people in six years in the UK.

Their figures showed that the number of adults that vape in England is equal to 5.5% of the population, which is up from the number in 2014, which was just 3.7%.

According to them, smoking as opposed to vaping is a lot more common in areas with lower socioeconomic status.

Several regions had smoking-related hospital admissions above 3,000 per 100,000 of population in the space of a year.

James Dunworth said of the issue: “As e-cigs have become popular, smoking rates have fallen. The trend is only going one way.”

The UK has some of the strictest regulations on e-cigarettes in the world and is very progressive in terms of their adoption of e-cigarettes.  E-cigarette products in the UK are subject to minimum standards of quality and safety, as well as packaging/labelling regulations to help customers to understand their choices.

According to Public Health England's evidence review,  around 40% of smokers have not even tried an e-cigarette, so there is still a long way to go in normalising vaping.

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