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Dr Stuart Flint believes it’s premature to call the gadgets a ‘healthier alternative’ The psychologist made the claim in a strongly worded letter in a medical journal Dr Flint branded health organisations ‘irresponsible’ for promoting the gadgets
The lack of effectiveness of pharmaceutical aids in increasing long-term cessation in population samples is not an artifact caused by confounded analyses. A possible explanation is that counseling and support interventions provided in efficacy trials are
Exercise can help smokers finally kick the habit, suggests new research. The study reveals that even moderate intensity exercise markedly reduces the severity of nicotine withdrawal symptoms.
Varenicline with medical management resulted in decreased heavy drinking among men and increased smoking abstinence in the overall sample. Varenicline could be considered to promote improvements in men with these dual behavioral health risks.
BehaVR (pronounced “behavior”), a Kentucky-based VR startup, has just launched a pilot study of their VR smoking cessation program with the University of Louisville. I recently spoke with Aaron Gani, the founder of BehaVR, about his vision for VR in heal
Lowering Nicotine in Cigarettes to Non-Addictive Levels / Public Comment and other Opportunities to Communicate with FDA / Extending Timelines to Encourage Innovations / Applications to market newly-regulated combustible products, such as cigars, pipe t
Speaking at the first-ever U.S. E-Cigarette Summit, held May 8, Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids president Matthew L. Myers said that the goal of regulation should be to minimize the risk to non-smoking children and teens while maximizing the potential of
“I reached the conclusion long ago that the one last sacrifice I must make for [Cuban] public health is to stop smoking. I haven’t really missed it that much,” 1985, upon announcing he had stopped smoking cigars.
as the owner of a vape shop in Billings, I am asking Congress to intervene when they return to Washington after November’s elections. Sens. Jon Tester, Steve Daines, and Rep. Ryan Zinke have already demonstrated a helpful understanding of this governmen