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Should e-smoking be banned in public?

bodog www.emersonvisualarts.com | Updated: 2019-01-07 09:10

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Editor's note: A revised anti-smoking ban took effect on Jan 1 in Hangzhou, East China's Zhejiang Province, prohibiting e-cigarette use in the same places where smoking is not allowed. Described as the most severe move ever in tobacco control, the regulation stipulates that offenders are required to pay a fine of up to 20,000 yuan. While the use of e-cigarettes is not regulated in many other cities, should they follow suit?

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Smoking of all kinds be it electronic or not should be banned. Smoking is a silent killer which not just kills the smokers but also the people around the smokers.

Researchers found e-cigarettes have a signature of harm in the lung that is both similar and unique, which challenges the concept that switching from cigarettes to e-cigarettes is a healthier alternative.[Photo by Chen Ming/Asianewsphoto]
  
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