There’s a lot of good news out there about the dangers of nicotine salt, a type of synthetic nicotine that comes in capsules.
The CDC says the new study has found that for some people, it can actually help lower their nicotine use.
But not everyone is convinced.
The drug can cause problems with breathing, heart rate and other symptoms.
And experts say it’s possible for some users to develop a tolerance to the drug.
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Here’s what you need now:The CDC says it’s the first time it’s been shown that the nicotine salt works as a substitute for smoking.
That means it’s a healthier alternative to cigarettes and doesn’t cause a build-up of toxins in the body.
And it may help those who don’t want to smoke to quit.
It may not be the answer everyone wants to see.
It’s a small study, and it could be repeated for a larger population.
But the findings could help doctors and policy makers think more about the risks of using nicotine salt as an alternative to smoking.
The new study is based on data from a large cohort of adults.
The researchers were looking at a group of 1,500 people who were already using nicotine replacement therapy.
The group of people who hadn’t smoked a cigarette or used nicotine replacement therapies were compared with a control group of the same people.
The study found that nicotine salt is as effective as cigarettes as a replacement for tobacco and is safe.
In fact, it was more effective than placebo.
Researchers also looked at how the nicotine had affected breathing and heart rate.
In the smokers, breathing rates decreased, heart rates increased and people who had smoked a large amount of nicotine reported lower levels of carbon monoxide in their blood.
There’s also no evidence that nicotine-based nicotine can cause respiratory issues like chest pain or bronchitis.
But some experts say this study is the first to show that using nicotine salts as a cigarette substitute may be risky.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) will review the study and say whether to issue a warning about nicotine salt and the potential dangers.