Peter Griffin posted in cigarette • nicotine • smoke free • smoking on March 18th, 2010.
Martin Johnston writes in the New Zealand Herald that smokers are finding a pouch-based quitting system helpful, according to New Zealand research. The system, in which smokers put a pouch containing nicotine in their mouths – between cheek and gum – has been found to be a popular choice compared with gum and other therapies. […]
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