Latest Tobacco cessation Stories
A medication commonly used to help people stop smoking may have an unanticipated positive side effect for an entirely different vice: drinking alcohol.
A new study shows that the use of a nicotine patch leads to improved memory and cognitive skills.
According to a rigorous long-term study of so-called nicotine replacement therapy, nicotine gum and patches that millions of smokers use to help kick their habit have no lasting benefit and may backfire in some cases.
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