One of our most popular ever topics on Behind the Headlines (apart from advice on how to get Viagra without a prescription!) has been our coverage of e-cigarettes and vaping. See here: nhs.uk/news/2013/06june/pag...
We thought we'd provided a fairly straightforward analysis of the scant existing evidence, but it's received a lot of criticism from vapers and those in the pro-ecig camp.
Personally, if I was a regular smoker I think I'd be convinced to make the switch. What do you think - did we get it right? Is there any evidence that we missed or has emerged since?
And should a logical harm reduction strategy be the order of the day, or should the powers-that-be make darn sure they've got all the safety evidence and regulation they need before making recommendations?