There are currently no robust data to support the concern that the existence of electronic cigarettes might ‘normalise’ smoking and increase use of conventional cigarettes
Short-term exposure to electronic cigarettes appears to be associated with few serious risks. Mouth and throat irritation are the most commonly reported symptoms and these appear to subside over time. There are no high quality safety data regarding long-term electronic cigarette use but there is no a-priori reason to expect that such use may pose risks anywhere near the risks associated with smoking.That's the way to do it. Not only do they base their guidelines on evidence, but as you can see in the last one I pasted above, they are using common sense as well. Let's hope this can be an eyeopener for some politicians and policymakers. Good work NCSCT!