Pittsburgh: For female smokers worried about their weight, a combination of cognitive behavioural therapy addressing weight concerns and the medication bupropion may boost their chances of quitting, says a new research.
They were also slower to relapse, with a median or midpoint of 266 days vs. 46 days to relapse. However, bupropion did not appear to improve quit rates or time to relapse among those receiving standard counselling, the authors found. In addition, there were no differences among women who quit in either average weight gain or their level of concern about weight gain. Bureau Report
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