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Mayo Clinic Q and A: Nicotine can help you kick tobacco

DEAR MAYO CLINIC: I’m 47 years old and have been a smoker since I was 15. I’ve tried to quit more times than I can count. My wife says I should try nicotine replacement. But that doesn’t make sense to me. I want to be done with cigarettes and nicotine. How will putting more nicotine […]
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