People who use flavored electronic cigarettes report higher satisfaction and self-perceived addiction than users of nonflavored e-cigarettes, according to a recent online quantitative survey.
“The connection between flavor use and both satisfaction and perceived addiction suggests that flavor is an integral part of the vaping experience for many e-cigarette users,” researchers from the Tobacco Center for Regulatory Science of the American Heart Association wrote. “These findings may provide direction for the Food and Drug Administration’s plans to restrict flavors other than menthol, mint and tobacco flavors.”
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