Abrupt quitting is more likely to work than gradual reduction of cigarettes, study finds

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Quitting smoking abruptly is more likely to lead to sustained abstinence than reducing cigarette use gradually, a study published in the Annals of Internal Medicine has found.

Although most current guidelines recommend stopping smoking abruptly, many people take a gradual approach to giving up.

New report spotlights GP-physician innovations

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A new report has shown how GPs and physicians are innovating together to improve patient care.

Published by the Royal College of Physicians and Royal College of General Practitioners, Patient care: A unified approach highlights nine case studies where GPs and physicians have worked closely to produce new and integrated services.