Nicotine has historically, and still to do this, been associated with smoking, cigarettes and now e-cigarettes and vaping. The association has led it to be linked with the harmful effects on health of smoking in the minds of the public, but is nicotine on its own really as harmful as the consumable products it has been used with? Steve and Ben examine nicotine and its effects on the human brain and body, and whether or not the substance has been given a fair or unfair wrap given its uses over time.

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