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Diet May Play Vital Role to Help Smokers Quit

... "Quit Smoking Diet" or to development of a gum or lozenge that makes cigarettes less palatable, said lead st... additive could be given in the form of a gum or a lozenge as part of smoking cessation treatment. "Every deterrent treatment requires willpower," Rose said...

Is Nicotine Lozenge A Safe Smoking Cessation Product?

Nicotine lozenge releases a dose of nicotine and is one of the impo...re readily available in all stores. The nicotine lozenge is really a safe option for people who smoke and use tobacco. But Peter Selby, clinical director of...

A new method to help smokers quit

...than 700 participants in one of two dosages. A 4mg lozenge was given to those who smoked their first cigarett...es of waking, a sign of high dependence, and a 5mg lozenge was given to the others. An additional 700 participants were assigned a placebo. Initial assessment...

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