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The acute effects of a dopamine D3 receptor preferring agonist on motivation for cigarettes in dependent and occasional cigarette smokers

Our results suggest nicotine dependence is associated with a hypersensitivity to cigarette rewards but not a hyposensitivity to non-drug rewards. Furthermore, our results question the importance of dopamine D3 receptors in motivational processing of cigar
Nicotine and Tobacco Research
added Jul 16, 2017 15:26
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[Finland] Can a new lozenge help people quit smoking?

A new lozenge containing the amino acid L-cysteine is an effective, nontoxic smoking-cessation product...works in Helsinki for Biohit Oyj, the company that funded the study and markets the lozenge as Acetium. L-cysteine is an amino acid that eliminates a
Reuters
added Jul 14, 2017 22:36
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Smoking cessation in severe mental ill health: what works? an updated systematic review and meta-analysis [FREE FULL TEXT]

Bupropion and varenicline, which have been shown to be effective in the general population, also work for people with severe mental ill health and their use in patients with stable psychiatric conditions. Despite good evidence for the effectiveness of sm
BioMed Central (uk)
added Jul 14, 2017 11:16
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Cigarette smoking risk-reducing beliefs: Findings from the United States Health Information National Trends Survey

Vulnerable populations who may be most at risk of smoking attributable morbidity and mortality were more likely to endorse risk-reducing beliefs. Future studies are needed to better understand how risk-reducing beliefs are formed and if modifying these be
Science Direct
added Jul 14, 2017 03:39
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Stress in pregnancy makes women more vulnerable to smoking and air pollution

The combination of high stress and air pollution also increases the risk of having a low-birth weight baby, the research adds. Senior author Professor Tracey Woodruff from the University of California in San Francisco, said: 'It appears that stress may
The Daily Mail and Mail on Sunday (uk)
added Jul 14, 2017 03:39
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Many hold mistaken beliefs about reducing risks of cigarette smoking

"It is important for the public to understand that the harms of smoking cannot be reduced except by quitting,” Annette R. Kaufman .... “Certain behaviors, such as exercise and diet, do not reduce the harmful effects of smoking if a person continues to smo
Reuters
added Jul 13, 2017 19:16
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Does Stress Worsen Chemical Harms in Pregnancy?

The strongest connection involved smoking. High-stress women who smoked were about twice as likely to have a low birth weight baby as low-stress smokers, the researchers said in a UC Berkeley news release. Babies who are small for their gestational age
HealthDay [HealthScout]
added Jul 13, 2017 00:42
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Banning tobacco price promotions, smoking-related beliefs and behaviour: findings from the International Tobacco Control Four Country (ITC 4C) Survey

Adopting price promotion bans could ameliorate the associations between exposure to price promotions and smoking beliefs and behaviours.
Tobacco Control
added Jul 12, 2017 23:56
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Consumer Perception of Product Risks and Benefits

This book reflects the current thinking and research on how consumers’ perception of product risks and benefits affects their behavior. It provides the scientific, regulatory and industrial research community with a conceptual and methodological referenc
Springer Science+Business Media
added Jul 11, 2017 21:44
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Consumer Perception of Product Risks and Benefits

The contributions address various aspects of consumer psychology and behavior, risk perception and communication, marketing research strategies, as well as consumer product regulation.
PMI Science (philip Morris International)
added Jul 11, 2017 21:41
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