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Smoking Cessation Health Center

News and Features Related to Smoking Cessation

  1. Smokeless Tobacco a Poisonous Lure for Kids

    April 19, 2010 -- Candy-like smokeless tobacco products are quickly becoming a major cause of infant and child poisonings. A new study shows 13,705 poisoning cases were reported from 61 regional poison control centers in the U.S. from 2006 to 2008 involving accidental ingestion of tobacco products i

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  2. Debate Sharpens Over Menthol Cigarettes

    March 31, 2010 -- Representatives from three major tobacco companies, speaking before a committee tasked with advising the federal government on tobacco regulation, defended menthol cigarettes against charges that they put smokers' health at greater risk than regular cigarettes. "Menthol does not ma

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  3. FDA Panel Mulls Fate of Menthol Cigarettes

    March 30, 2010 -- Menthol cigarettes, long a target of antismoking advocates, came under federal scrutiny as the FDA convened an advisory panel today to investigate their potential health risks. It was the inaugural meeting of the Tobacco Products Scientific Advisory Committee, whose 12 members incl

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  4. Drug Plus Weight Counseling Helps Women Quit Smoking

    March 22, 2010 -- Combining a smoking-cessation medication with behavioral therapy that emphasizes weight management is effective in helping women abstain from smoking, according to a new study. Researchers from the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center found that taking the smoking-cessation drug

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  5. FDA Expands Ban on Tobacco Sales, Ads for Kids

    March 18, 2010 -- A new FDA rule greatly expands current restrictions on the sale and advertising of tobacco products to children and teens. The new rule is made possible by last year's passage of the Family Smoking Prevention and Tobacco Control Act, which gave the FDA the long-sought power to regu

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  6. Cigarette Ad May Have Targeted Teen Girls

    March 15, 2010 -- A Camel cigarette ad may have targeted teenage girls, an antismoking group claims. In a national survey of teens conducted soon after ads for the R.J. Reynolds brand Camel No. 9 appeared in leading women's magazines, 44% of the girls could name a favorite brand, based on advertisin

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  7. New Nicotine Inhaler May Help Smokers Quit

    March 1, 2010 -- A new type of smoke-free inhaler gives would-be quitters a vapor with nearly as much nicotine as a cigarette. Nicotine replacement is one of the most effective tools for helping smokers quit, says Jed Rose, PhD, director of the Duke Center for Nicotine and Smoking Cessation Research

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  8. Parenthood Offers Motivation to Quit Smoking

    Feb. 1, 2010 -- With some gentle prodding, new parents can be motivated to make more attempts to quit smoking, a new study says. The trick seems to be getting pregnant women and new moms and dads to understand the dangers of secondhand smoke to unborn and newborn babies, researchers say in the March

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  9. Secondhand Smoke Adds to Risk for Smokers

    Jan. 28, 2010 -- The dangers of secondhand smoke may not be limited to nonsmokers. A new study shows that smokers who inhale their own secondhand smoke in enclosed spaces like smoking lounges add significantly to the health risks associated with cigarette smoking. The study shows that for a smoker w

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  10. Green Tea May Cut Smokers' Lung Cancer Risk

    Jan. 12, 2010 (Coronado, Calif.) -- Drinking a cup or more a day of green tea may counteract the effect of smoking on lung cancer, especially in smokers who may not be genetically susceptible to the cancer, according to a Taiwanese researcher. ''The antioxidants may inhibit tumor growth," I-Hsin Lin

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