In the world of prohibition, there seems to be a divide between anti-smoking and anti-nicotine camps. Where the anti-smokers tend to go after the appearance of e-cigarettes, the latter have a general problem with people enjoying nicotine in any form. Yet a Florida doctor seems to have gone off the deep end.
Oh really? So does that mean he doesn't recommend traditional NRT for his patients? What about the many foods that contain nicotine? Has he had a raft of patients keel over from too much eggplant parmesan?