Scientists have found that even among new smokers the difficulty in trying to quit is similar to that experienced by long time smokers. These findings were recently published in the journal Nicotine and Tobacco Research, which the authors believe can help identify target treatments in teens. Researchers from Brown University studied the behavior of teen smokers aged 13-19 years and found that they experienced the same difficulties as adult smokers who want to give up smoking. Led by L. Cinnamon Bidwell, assistant professor in psychiatry and human behavior at Brown’s Center for Alcohol and Addiction Studies, the investigators compared the […]Continue reading Smoking: Hard to Quit Even for Teens
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