An analysis conducted by UC San Francisco (UCSF) researchers found that rather than aid smoking cessation, e- cigarette users were 28% less likely to quit smoking traditional cigarettes.
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A recent survey found that a substantial number of clinicians believe e-cigarettes can help patients reduce or stop smoking, with 37.9% stating they having recommended e-cigarettes to patients who smoke.
New trial data may alleviate some concerns regarding the smoking cessation medications varenline, bupropion and nicotine patches and the risk of neuropsych events.
A single dose of psilocybin can alleviate negative moods in patients with life-threatening cancer, a new study has found.
Studies into the long-term health impact of e-cigarettes – which usually contain nicotine – are limited but of the studies that have been completed, there have been mixed results.
A preliminary analysis of long-term follow-up data (up to 5 years) involving patients with peripheral arterial disease (PAD) treated with paclitaxel-coated products revealed a ‘potentially concerning’ signal of increased long-term mortality when compared with those treated with uncoated devices, according to the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). Among the 3 trials that included 5-year follow-up…
In the most definitive study to date, cigarette smoking during pregnancy was linked to a greater likelihood of schizophrenia in offspring. Those are the findings of a new long-term study which assessed maternal nicotine exposure (via cotinine levels) during pregnancy.
The two 16 year-old decedents mixed an unknown quantity of racing fuel with a carbonated soft drink.