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Schizophrenia linked to increased intensity of tobacco smoking, low smoking cessation rates: Study

Schizophrenia is linked to an increased intensity of tobacco smoking, with low smoking cessation rates among schizophrenic patients, compared to the general population. Researcher and lead author of the study Stéphane Potvin said, “Smoking is a real problem for people … The post Schizophrenia linked to increased intensity of tobacco smoking, low smoking cessation rates: Study appeared first on Bel Marra Health - Breaking Health News and Health Information.
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