Two new studies report intriguing evidence on new uses for a controversial anti-smoking drug.
Attention smokers: if you feel nicotine gum and patches aren’t helping you stay off cigarettes, you’re right
More than two-thirds of smokers say they want to quit, but few actually succeed, according to a new report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
The psychiatric side effects of a popular quit-smoking drug make it too dangerous to use as a first attempt to kick the habit, according to a new study. The authors suggest the drug should eventually be taken off the market altogether.
A popular drug prescribed to help people quit smoking may pose a significantly increased risk of heart attack in users, a new study finds. The results may further complicate doctors’ and patients’ decisions to use the drug, …