A combination of counseling and medication greatly increases smokers’ chances of quitting.
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There is little evidence to support removing a black box warning about suicide risk from the prescription anti-smoking drug Chantix, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration says.
Secondhand vapor created by one brand of electronic cigarette harbors fewer hazardous chemicals than regular cigarette smoke, although the researchers report the finding doesn’t leave e-cigarettes in the clear.
Governments should ban or limit the use of electronic cigarettes until more is known about their health effects.
The mental health risks associated with Chantix will be reviewed at a public meeting scheduled for October, says the FDA.
Efforts to increase awareness of smoke-free rules, including new signage, seem effective, according to research.