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The observational study compared the effectiveness of cytisine and nicotine replacement therapy (NRT) as an aid to smoking cessation in the Russian Federation. Evaluation of 301 subjects who had used either cytisine or NRT determined that smokers in the
Addressing a 300-strong audience of tobacco and vaping industry representatives, Helen Redmond, an expert in substance use at [NYU]’s Silver School of Social Work, said people in poor countries should not be priced out of nicotine-based products that cou
Action on Smoking and Health found there are now four times more e-cigarette users than there was six years ago. The charity today said smokers are ‘finally getting the message’ that switching to vaping can improve health. Vaping – the term for using e
Nicotine replacement therapy appears to be a safe option for smokers hospitalized for heart disease, even for critically ill patients on their first day, according to a new study. Researchers hope the findings will encourage doctors to prescribe nicotine
A study on very-low-nicotine cigarettes released last week found smokers benefit more from an immediate, rather than gradual, reduction when it comes to risk exposure. However, the overall results were mixed, the researchers found.
The articles in this issue of NTR reflect the current major areas of nicotine/tobacco research: efficacy of treatment, special populations, and harm reduction…Pascal…said to think of knowledge as a sphere, all matter outside the sphere as ignorance,
Research at the University of York, involving a trial with more than 500 daily shisha smokers in Pakistan, where shisha smoking is particularly common, showed that varenicline—a medication used to help tackle cigarette smoking—did not make a difference i
Those who don’t smoke, or had quit smoking, had less chance of developing the degenerative brain condition than those who still smoke cigarettes, according to a Korean study. Those who has smoked long-term but recently quit had a 14 per cent less chance
Conclusion The increased quit rates among Veterans treated support the effectiveness and continuation of the VHA tobacco cessation pharmacotherapy policy.