Most people claim they smoke to relieve stress. This might be one of the biggest misconceptions around as a new study suggests that it’s quitting smoking, which provides more stress-relief than smoking! British researchers
A review on Annals of Internal Medicine reports that a mass emotional ad campaign titled "Tips from former smokers", launched by the Centers for Disease Control earlier this year has helped smokers quit their unhealthy habit.
Smokers who think about the future are likelier to quit. That’s what a research by Heather Brown and Jean Adams of Newcastle University (UK) suggests. In order to make this discovery they tapped into eight years of data from a
Smokers have always known that certain foods and drinks enhance the taste of smoking whereas others don't. Things like meat, alcohol, caffeine, spicy food items, etc. enhance the taste of tobacco whereas milk, fruit juices,