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Electronic cigarettes (or e-cigarettes), also called "electronic nicotine delivery systems," are increasingly used worldwide even though only sparse information is available on their health effects.
To reduce the toxicity of cigarette smoke, tobacco companies have introduced "harm reduction cigarettes," often marketed as safer than conventional brands.
Stronger suction is required to smoke "electronic cigarettes" â€“ marketed as tobacco-free nicotine delivery systems â€“ than conventional brands, with possible adverse effects on human health.
So-called harm-reduction cigarettes pose the same threat to developing embryos as traditional cigarettes.