Electronic cigarettes are taking over the smoking cessation market because they're cooler than other options, a new study suggests.
Smokers who want to kick their habit with E-cigarettes should know that the "smoking cessation" devices might not help them quit for good.
What hit the market just three short years ago has gone on to become a hit seller - e-cigarettes sales hit about $1 billion, according to Wells Fargo securities analysts, double that what it was last year.
While health experts are still researching how electronic cigarettes can affect health, France has decided to jump the gun and ban the use of the electronic device in public places.
Though many who use electronic cigarettes swear by them, many lawmakers and government agencies are pushing back against them.
Although electronic cigarettes are being marketed as a safer alternative to normal cigarettes, a new study claims that they are not as safe as perceived.