Reduced-nicotine cigarettes could help smokers quit
from USA Today
A new study suggests that reducing the addictive nicotine in cigarettes helps people to smoke less and feel more motivated to quit — a finding that hints at a new way for the federal government to reduce tobacco use. The study, published in The New England Journal of Medicine, answers a long-standing question about nicotine addiction and cigarette consumption.
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