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E-cigarettes should be promoted as a method of stopping smoking

E-cigarettes should be promoted as a method of stopping smoking is the key message from the British Psychological Society report 'Changing behaviour: Electronic cigarettes' published this week. The new behaviour change briefing aims to provide guidance a
ScienceDaily
added Oct 10, 2017 20:33
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Rapid Nicotine Metabolite Ratio and Successful Quitting: Acceptable Explanation

The authors concluded that faster nicotine metabolizers might be less likely to relapse following a quit attempt, which was inconsistent with data from past clinical trials. I have some concerns about their study. First, the authors observed 67 successfu
Nicotine and Tobacco Research
added Oct 10, 2017 20:27
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Response to “Rapid Nicotine Ratio and Successful Quitting: Acceptable Explanation” by the Authors of “Nicotine Metabolite Ratio (NMR) Prospectively Predicts Smoking Relapse: Longitudinal Findings from ITC Surveys in Five Countries”

Dr Kawada’s letter1 raised concerns about our manuscript titled: “Nicotine metabolite ratio (NMR) prospectively predicts smoking relapse: Longitudinal findings from ITC surveys in five countries.”2 These are reasonable criticisms, several of which were a
Nicotine and Tobacco Research
added Oct 10, 2017 20:27
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[UK] Changing behaviour: Electronic cigarettes (PDF)

need to address the psychological as well as the biological factors...include capabilities (easier to use), opportunities (more available) and motivation (more appealing). Correctly and appropriately informing the general population about effects on sm
British Psychological Society (uk)
added Oct 10, 2017 15:44
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[UK] E-cigarettes should be promoted as a method of stopping smoking

‘Changing behaviour: Electronic cigarettes’ published this week is a new briefing that aims to provide guidance and education to those involved with smoking cessation. The report also makes the following recommendations: Improve education about the rel
British Psychological Society (uk)
added Oct 10, 2017 15:39
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Ad campaign in Kentucky promotes going tobacco-free

Officials with Kentucky's Tobacco Quit Line are launching a new advertising campaign that encourages people to stop using tobacco products. The ads are designed to lead people to the state's free tobacco counseling service, 1-800-784-8669.
AP - Associated Press
added Oct 9, 2017 21:06
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Rapid Nicotine Metabolite Ratio and Successful Quitting: Acceptable Explanation

Drs. Fix and colleagues examined the relationship between nicotine metabolite ratio (NMR) and smoking abstinence....concluded that faster nicotine metabolizers might be less likely to relapse following a quit attempt, which was inconsistent with data from
Nicotine and Tobacco Research
added Oct 9, 2017 10:44
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Response to “Rapid Nicotine Ratio and Successful Quitting: Acceptable Explanation” by the Authors of “Nicotine Metabolite Ratio (NMR) Prospectively Predicts Smoking Relapse: Longitudinal Findings from ITC Surveys in Five Countries”

We encourage others to attempt to replicate the findings and address limitations noted, especially since our results were opposite of what the hypothesized association was to be. The Population Assessment of Tobacco and Health (PATH) Study has a large rep
Nicotine and Tobacco Research
added Oct 9, 2017 10:43
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Over Its 111-Year History, This Approval Marks a First for the FDA / Smokers will have a brand-new tool at their disposal to help them quit.

FDA gave a green light to the very first smartphone app designed to help people quit smoking. ...Carrot CEO David Utley noted in an interview with CNBC that the app is designed to motivate smokers rather than admonish them, and that it's targeted at all s
Motley Fool
added Oct 7, 2017 18:13
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Clarion Call to Action

The mission of the National Tobacco Reform Initiative (NTRI) team is to facilitate open and evidence-based discussions about the most effective ways to reduce the number of current adult smokers in the U.S. by at least 15 million by the year 2024, an int
tobaccoreform.org
added Oct 7, 2017 07:49
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