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Could exercise help smokers who want to reduce consumption but not quit?

(University of Plymouth) Researchers from Plymouth University Peninsula Schools of Medicine and Dentistry will lead a national study with £1.8 million of funding from the NIHR Health Technology Assessment program to test the effectiveness of new support to help smokers who want to reduce but not quit.
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