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Quit Smoking

...is showing considerable promise in helping smokers butt tobacco out of their lives for good. In the study 784 participants took bupropion to help them stop smoking. After seven weeks of treatment 461 participants had successfully stopped. Half of that group continued with bupropion for a year, and the oth...

Anti-smoking Ads at the Movies Doesnt Make Any Impact on Smokers

... said that they would stay away from taking up the butt increased from 43.8 percent to 47.8 percent, smokers said that there would be no change in their habits, with 38.6 percent of those who saw the anti-smoking adverts saying that they were still likely to be smoking a year on. The authors concluded t...

Smoke-free Workplace, Non-smoking Spouse Help Quitters Stay Off the Butt

...ay key roles in helping people who have kicked the butt to stay away from cigarettes, a study has found. The study was conducted by researchers at Indiana University, who also found that environmental factors are more influential than individual behaviours and beliefs when it comes to kicking the butt....

Smoking Hampers Healing of the Ligament

... have just given people another reason to kick the butt by revealing that smoking interferes with ligament healing. The researchers conducted a study on a mouse model and found that cigarette smoking impairs the recruitment of cells to the injury site and delays healing following ligament repair surgery...

Smoking Speeds Up Muscle Loss

... have just given people another reason to kick the butt by finding that smokers lose more muscle mass in old age than non-smokers . This finding adds to a series of other dangers posed by smoking such as cancer, heart attacks and strokes. Though earlier research had established that smokers tend to ha...

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