Review looks at parental smoking-cessation programs

12/29/2011 | Reuters

Data from 18 studies of smoking-cessation programs targeting parents with children showed a quit rate of 23.1% among parents who were given anti-smoking aids compared with 18.4% in the control group. The authors conclude that these programs are still worth pursuing, even though the gains are modest. The study appears in the journal Pediatrics.

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