Published in Women's Health Weekly, September 2nd, 2004
The research appeared in the August 2004 issue of the Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology.
Texas A&M University researchers performed a meta-analysis to assess how well nicotine replacement therapy (NRT) has worked for women vs. men. Using 21 double-blind, randomized, placebo-controlled studies, they found clear evidence that in the long term, women using NRT have found it harder than men to quit smoking.
Overall, NRT worked better than any placebo and was about as helpful to men and women after 6...
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