Study: Smokers more likely to quit along with others

05/22/2008 | Reuters

People tend to quit smoking when they have the support of others in the same boat, researchers say, adding to evidence that social relationships have a big effect on health care decisions. An analysis of Framingham study participants found people were more likely to quit smoking if friends, family or co-workers were trying to kick the habit as well.

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