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For effective smoking cessation, turn ambivalence into action

Frank T. Leone, MD, FACP, said he sees a lot of ambivalence about smoking cessation among the patients in his clinic.“ I want to want to quit,” a patient once told ... him. Dr. Leone. Photo by Kevin Berne. His reaction and advice to attendees of
June 2014

QD: News Every Day--Don't stop smoking cessation treatments too soon

QD: News Every Day--Don't stop smoking cessation treatments too soon. Doctors may want their patients to stick with a smoking cessation regimen even if it's not initially working, ... All participants received brief smoking cessation counseling at clinic
July 2019

QD: News Every Day--E-cigarettes may help smoking cessation attempts

QD: News Every Day--E-cigarettes may help smoking cessation attempts. People attempting to quit smoking without professional help are about 60% more likely to succeed if they use e-cigarettes ... smoking. But the strongest evidence remains for use smoking
July 2019

Paying smokers to quit

A study in the current issue of the New England Journal of Medicine (NEJM) studied the effectiveness of different incentive programs on smoking cessation. ... Randomized Trial of Four Financial-Incentive Programs for Smoking Cessation (NEJM article).
July 2019

Great idea

Being cognizant of these network effects has created, for me, a new lens through which to view such apparently disparate things as smoking cessation and presidential election politics.
July 2019

QD: News Every Day--Graphic cigarette labels meant to deter smoking

Each warning is accompanied by a smoking cessation phone number, 1-800-QUIT-NOW. ... among 14 countries indicates that graphic images encourage smoking cessation. The FDA's new graphic warnings bring the U.S.
July 2019

Chronic disease model helps improve smoking cessation efforts

Smoking cessation programs are traditionally treated as discrete, standalone attempts. One program applied dedicated counselors who could form a relationship with the patient over long stretches of time, resulting in better ... Where: Minneapolis-St. Paul
July 2012

Your disease, your problem

Smoking and eating cause changes in the brain that reward the behavior and punish you when you don't over-indulge. ... There's a lot doctors and insurance companies can do to help patients along the path to health, including sponsoring weight control
July 2019

QD: News Every Day--states balancing doctor shortages, smoking funding and H1N1

But, the states aren't funding smoking cessation efforts like they should. ... AP). Smoking cessation. While states collected record amounts of revenue from the 1998 settlement with tobacco companies ($25.1 billion this year) they are spending less of it
July 2019

'How can I raise my HDL?'

Lifestyle strategies include smoking cessation, exercise and alcohol in moderation. However, evidence is mounting that perhaps this is not the salient question. ... in the New York Times): "The number of factors that track with low HDL is a mile long:
July 2019

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