Psychosocial interventions help heart patients quit smoking

02/14/2008 | Reuters

Psychosocial interventions, including counseling and self-help programs, that last longer than one month can effectively help people with heart disease quit smoking, according to a review of studies. Researchers said interventions helped increase the odds of smokers quitting by up to 69%.

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