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Cigarettes Made from Tobacco with Less Nicotine May Help Smokers Quit

Smokers can inhale less amount of nicotine if they smoke low-nicotine cigarettes and do not return to cigarettes they light up earlier, in accordance with last study. In a study, in which 135 smokers between the ages of 18 and 70 took part, cigarette users who began to smoke cigarettes with less nicotine did not equalize by smoking more cigarettes … Continue reading Continue reading

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Does it pay to give up smoking?

The Department of Health says that half of all smokers underestimate the financial impacts of smoking. On average smokers estimate that smoking 20-a-day habit is costing them £1,800 per year. With a packet of 20 cigarettes now costing on average £6.59, smokers are underestimating this by more than £600. In reality, a 20-a-day smoker could save £2,405 a year if … Continue reading

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How to prevent from gaining weight by quitting smoking

When we stop smoking, our metabolism changes. When we are smokers, we are feeding our organism with food and with a poison such as the nicotine. When we get accustomed to nicotine, our body treats it like if it was food. It’s a hunger like sensation but be aware: its not hunger. Don’t confuse it with the normal hunger for … Continue reading

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Quit Smoking Using Your Smartphone

Quit With Me is a free social application for iOS (iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch) and Android mobile devices released by DoNoHarm Apps on 9/21/2011. This is the third healthcare/medical app from DoNoHarm Apps, which has previously garnered impressive reviews for its “Pocket” series apps for medical professionals, which include Pocket Derm (a dermatology image database and diagnosis tool) and Pocket … Continue reading

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“After Tobacco” book: what would happen if Americans stopped smoking

The number of New Yorkers who smoke dropped to an all-time low of 14 percent this year, Mayor Mike Bloomberg announced late last week. That’s down from 22 percent in 2002 and translates into 450,000 fewer adult New Yorkers who smoke than did a decade ago. The New York drop mirrors a nationwide decline, where smoking rates have fallen by … Continue reading

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