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Researchers from the University of Iowa, led by Dr. Wei Bao, an assistant professor of epidemiology, found that 14 percent of American women of reproductive age who are not pregnant smoke conventional cigarettes (the rolled tobacco kind). Compare that to just 8 percent of pregnant women who still smoke conventional cigarettes. But e-cigarette use among both pregnant and non-pregnant women of reproductive age is virtually identical.