Assistant Prof. Todd M. Hillhouse (Psychology) and students published an article in the Journal of American College Health that found vaping low doses of nicotine (3 mg/ml or 0.3%) have similar addictive properties as high dose nicotine (18-30 mg/ml or 1.8-3%). Additionally, they reported that the ECIG flavors enhance the rewarding properties of vaping, which likely contribute to the continued use of ECIGs. You can download the article for free.
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