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ARCHIVE: Changing Perceptions of Harm of E-Cigarettes Among U.S. Adults, 2012–2015 [FREE FULL TEXT]

an increase in the proportion of U.S. adults who misperceive the harm of e-cigarettes and consider them to be as harmful as combustible cigarettes. The study highlights the need to design public health messages that accurately interpret the scientific dat
American Journal of Preventive Medicine
added Sep 14, 2018 17:59
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Extended Nicotine Patch Treatment among Smokers With and Without Comorbid Psychopathology

Targeted smoking cessation treatment, rather than extending treatment duration, may be especially warranted to optimize treatment for smokers with comorbid mood, anxiety, and substance use disorders.
Nicotine and Tobacco Research
added Sep 12, 2018 19:50
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[Korea - South, UK] Do YOU smoke? You're 20% more likely to develop dementia - but quitting the habit 'will protect you'

Fears that cigarettes lead to people being slowly robbed of memories have grown over the past decade, on the back of several trials. And the new South Korean research, based on data from thousands of people, adds to the mounting evidence.
The Daily Mail and Mail on Sunday (uk)
added Sep 9, 2018 20:39
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Nondaily Smokers’ Changes in Cigarette Consumption With Very Low-Nicotine-Content Cigarettes / A Randomized Double-blind Clinical Trial [FREE FULL TEXT]

[FDA] is considering limiting cigarettes to very low nicotine levels....Switching to VLNCCs caused substantial smoking reduction among ITS but did not significantly increase abstinence. Response to a VLNCC intervention suggests that nicotine-seeking motiv
JAMA Psychiatry (Archives of General Psychiatry)
added Sep 9, 2018 17:44
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A Qualitative Evaluation of Mental Health Clinic Staff Perceptions of Barriers and Facilitators to Treating Tobacco Use [FREE FULL TEXT]

VA mental health staff struggle with knowing that tobacco use is important, but they face competing priorities, encounter patient resistance, are conflicted on their role in addressing tobacco, and lack tobacco training. They suggested strategies at multi
Nicotine and Tobacco Research
added Sep 8, 2018 14:06
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[Korea - North] Effect of smoking cessation on the risk of dementia: a longitudinal study [FREE FULL TEXT]

Smoking was associated with increased risk of dementia. Smokers who quit for a prolonged period of time may benefit from reduced risk of dementia. Therefore, smokers should be encouraged to quit in order to reduce the risk of developing dementia, especia
Annals of Clinical & Laboratory Science
added Sep 6, 2018 14:16
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[Korea - South] STRAIGHT TO YOUR HEAD Smokers are ‘much more likely to develop dementia’, docs warn

Those who has smoked long-term but recently quit had a 14 per cent less chance of developing Alzheimer's later in life. They also had a 32 per cent reduced chance of developing vascular dementia - one of the most common forms of the disease. While thos
The Sun (uk)
added Sep 6, 2018 14:14
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[Korea - South] Smokers 'much more likely to develop dementia,' docs warn

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
Fox News
added Sep 6, 2018 13:58
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Friends who are former smokers are key to helping people with serious mental illness quit

explored how social networks (defined as social interactions and personal relationships) influenced smoking outcomes among people with SMI who participated in smoking cessation programs. The researchers asked 41 people with serious mental illness, who pa
EurekAlert
added Aug 31, 2018 01:24
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Impact of modified risk tobacco product claims on beliefs of US adults and adolescents [FREE FULL TEXT]

Risk and exposure claims acted similarly on MRTP beliefs. Lower exposure claims misled the public to perceive lower perceived risk even though no lower risk claim was explicitly made, which is impermissible under US law.
Tobacco Control
added Aug 30, 2018 21:49
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