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Is Impulsivity a Symptom of Initial Tobacco Withdrawal? A Meta-Analysis and Qualitative Systematic Review

Further studies of whether abstinence produces objective changes in impulsivity, and whether increases in impulsivity during abstinence prompt relapse, are needed.
Nicotine and Tobacco Research
added Nov 24, 2014 20:39

[Kentucky] STAMFORD: E-cigarette: Helpful aid or harmful sub?

Smart money says wait until more is known before deciding what is best for you. Smarter money says, quitting smoking altogether is clearly the superior approach. Now that the FDA is proposing rules around e-cigarettes, it's time to look at how they diff
Louisville (KY) Courier-Journal
added Nov 24, 2014 15:20

[Utah] Touted as a healthier alternative, e-cigarettes pose health risks of their own

Today, things have turned around, and many feel vaping is a gateway to smoking. “The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention actually just released some data,” said Linnea Fletcher, program manager at the Utah County Health Department. “It said e-cig
Provo (UT) Daily Herald
added Nov 24, 2014 15:16

[Luxembourg] Smokers lighting up less since smoking ban

The TNS-ILReS survey polled 509 Luxembourg residents aged 16 and above over the phone on their smoking habits and their perceptions nine months after the ban came into force. Publishing the findings on Monday, Luxembourg's Health Ministry found that 12
Luxemburger Wort (lu)
added Nov 24, 2014 15:14

Kentucky State Employees Can Say Goodbye to Smoke Breaks on State Property

an expanded tobacco-free workplace policy goes into effect today for state buildings. And a state official said the new policy affects thousands of state employees who smoke, and officials are hopeful it will help convince some employees to enter smoking
WFPL 89.3 (Louisville, KY)
added Nov 24, 2014 15:09

[France, Syria] French man quits ISIS because it was too hard to stop smoking

Flavien Moreau, 27, was the first French citizen to be tried for his short-lived involvement in the terrorist group ISIS. He received the maximum sentence offered by the prosecution–seven years in prison. But why, in January 2013, was he finally caught?
Salon Magazine
added Nov 24, 2014 15:04
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[UK] Revolting new way to quit smoking could be most effective yet

You have to wear a mask that releases the smell of cigarette smoke paired with rotting fish directly into your mouth and nostrils while you sleep. Wearing the fishy mask reduced the number of cigarettes smoked by volunteers by 40 per cent for days after
Metro Café (uk)
added Nov 24, 2014 15:03

[Italy] Avalanche Int'l Shares Clinical Study Using Avatar Vape Pen and e-Liquids

"This study shows in particular the importance of using the electronic cigarette as a cessation tool in health care. Its effectiveness, in fact, is linked to its correct use allowing, in heavy smokers, to absorb the right amount of nicotine to prevent th
added Nov 24, 2014 14:45

[Canada] Smoking cessation drug more harmful than previously thought: report

95 calls last year about bupropion overdoses, including 22 cases where the wrong dosage was taken, 47 cases of suspected suicide attempts and nine cases of misuse or abuse. There was one death. Burpropion is marketed under the brand names Wellbutrin and
Vancouver (BC) Sun (ca)
added Nov 24, 2014 11:46

Financial Incentives for Abstinence Among Socioeconomically Disadvantaged Individuals in Smoking Cessation Treatment

Offering small financial incentives for abstinence might be an effective means to improve abstinence rates among socioeconomically disadvantaged individuals participating in smoking cessation treatment
American Journal of Public Health
added Nov 24, 2014 03:54
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