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New Year Quitters Urged to Invest in Their Family's Futures

LONDON, January 5 /PRNewswire/ -- - This is a reissue of a previously killed release from December 30th 2008. The source client has given permission to use the contents of this release. Leading Child Trust Fund provider, The Children's Mutual ( http://www.thechildrensmutual.co.uk...

Urging New Year Quitters to Invest in Their Family's Futures

LONDON, December 30 /PRNewswire/ -- - Stubbing Out Your 5 a Day Habit Could Help You Give Your Child GBP15,500 on Their 18th Birthday Leading Child Trust Fund provider, The Children's Mutual ( http://www.thechildrensmutual.co.uk ) is encouraging all parents who decide to give up ...

Lucky Quitters to Receive Big Money in Stop-Smoking Contest

MINNEAPOLIS, Nov. 21 /PRNewswire/ -- Three Minnesotans who successfully quit smoking will receive big prizes during a special on-ice presentation at the Minnesota Wild game on November 24 at the Xcel Energy Center. The winners were participants in The QuitCash Challenge, a new stop-smoking contest...

State Health Officials Seek Quitters as Part of Great American Smokeout

Search for Eight Video Bloggers Part of Innovative Tobacco Cessation Campaign HARRISBURG, Pa., Nov. 13 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- As part of the Great American Smokeout(R), Pennsylvania is searching for eight residents who are willing to document their attempts to quit using tobacco on a vid...

New research shows that the smell of smoke does not trigger relapse in quitters

Research into tobacco dependence published online today (Friday 17 October 2008) in the November issue of Addiction, has shown that recent ex-smokers who find exposure to other people's cigarette smoke pleasant are not any more likely to relapse than those who find it unpleasant. Led by Dr Ha...

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

A spouse who doesn't smoke, and smoke-free work environment play 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 influentia...

A great hope for quitters of smoking by researchers

As a whiff of fresh change and not tobacco comes a substitute by researchers. // According to a team led by the Clinical Trials Research Unit (CTRU) at The University of Auckland's School of Population Health Smokers people who want to quit smoking have a way out. The chance they have is to ad...

Florida State Tobacco Tax Increase May Prompt Smokers to Quit Spontaneously

... a doctor's prescription at more than 35,000 retail outlets. To encourage smokers to pick the approach best for them, whether they're spontaneous quitters or planners, GlaxoSmithKline Consumer Healthcare and the American Cancer Society, Florida Division, are teaming up to offer starter packs of Nicorette...

"I'm In" - Duncan Bannatyne Judges "Switch Ash for Cash" Schools Competition

...hing, improved fitness and healthier hair, nails and skin. It's a fact that quitters also notice they have more energy after only a matter of days. "By c... team (details below). - Case studies of celebrity and real-life quitters are available from the No Smoking Day team (details below). - No...

Recession leads 1 in 3 Smokers to cut Down or Quit

...hing, improved fitness and healthier hair, nails and skin. It's a fact that quitters also notice they have more energy after only a matter of days. "By c... team (details below). - Case studies of celebrity and real-life quitters are available from the No Smoking Day team (details below). - No...
quitters in Biological News

NIDA study identifies genes that might help some people abstain from smoking

...e that was able to successfully quit the cigarette- smoking behavior and one that was not. “We identified 221 genes that distinguished successful quitters from those who were unsuccessful,?says Dr. Uhl. “We know the functions of about 187 of these genes, but 34 have functions that are unknown at present....

Halving daily cigarette quota has no health benefit

...l of three to 10 years, adding up to an average monitoring period of over two decades. Participants were classified as never smokers; ex smokers, quitters (those who gave up between the first and second check); moderate smokers (1 to 14 cigarettes daily); reducers (more than 15 cigarettes a day, cut by m...
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