(HealthDay)—Quitting smoking is a common New Year's resolution, and the American Lung Association has some tips that might help smokers make 2015 the year to really kick the habit.
People are more successful in taking up healthy habits if their partner makes positive changes too, according to research published in JAMA Internal Medicine today (Monday).
University of Queensland researchers are investigating whether high-intensity interval training can help women quit smoking.
Pregnant women are more likely to quit smoking if financial rewards are offered as part of a treatment plan, finds new research published in The BMJ.
Quitting smoking is one of the most common resolutions Americans make each New Year, and strategies can range from going cold turkey to using prescription medications to overcome the addiction.