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Let’s make one thing clear: cigarettes are terrible. Because science is usually hard to prove definitively, journalists and scientists almost always say that things—like, for instance, processed meat or lack of exercise—“may” increase your risk of cancer. Cigarettes will increase your risk of cancer.

Nicotine, however, is not the same thing as tobacco. The common stimulant is found in tobacco—and in lower amounts in eggplants and tomatoes—but it shares cigarettes with more than 4,000 other chemicals, including dozens of compounds known to cause cancer.

Even when you isolate nicotine, inhaling it is still a lousy delivery system that stresses the lungs and probably…

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