Abstinence-contingent incentives improved smoking cessation outcomes among economically disadvantaged smokers with mental illness.
Smoking is approximately twice as common in people with major depressive disorder.
Compared with men who never used tobacco, those who used snus but did not smoke had a 24% higher risk of death from prostate cancer.
Researchers analyzed smoking behavior of 1 470 veterans who enrolled in the SmokefreeVET tobacco cessation program between 2013 and 2014.
Declining smoking rates could be associated with higher incidence of parkinsonism and PD.
Study reveals that medications that aid in smoking cessation were not linked to increased mental health disorders.
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