ASH Scotland Recommend Suicide Drug Chantix/Champix To Mentally Ill

Andrew Case loved his family. On Facebook he wrote: I hate seeing my babies poorly, breaks my heart. No clue of what was to follow came in one of his final entries, boasting that his little daughter, Bee: … dances like an angel. Shortly afterwards, Andrew, who was training to run a marathon to raise […]

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Chantix/Champix: Are the success rates true?

I’ve been writing an article for another website on the best way to quit smoking (the Allen Carr method wins) and started looking up statistics for Chantix/Champix. A search quickly throws About.com’s page on Chantix, which seems impressive. According to Terry Martin’s article on the subject users achieved a 22% abstinence rate. Terry didn’t mention […]

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A Reply to Dr Mintz on the Electronic Cigarette

A certain Dr Mintz seems to be changing his mind on the electronic cigarette! As we recorded at the time, in his original post he wrote: “…the electronic cigarette is dangerously being promoted as safe alternatives to cigarettes that contain tobacco as well as possible aids to smoking cessation. Make no mistake: these products are […]

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Suicide Inducing Drug to be Pushed by Big Pharmas to Smokers

A press release issued by two scientists recommends that Zyban or Chantix (Champix in the UK) be subscribed to smokers being treated with mental illness. Shockingly, the scientists behind the study recommend that counsellors take advantage of the position of trust they have built up with patients to push the drugs, stating: “They [the study […]

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Doctor Opposes Electronic Cigarette

The number one SEO tip should be say something negative about the electronic cigarette or e-juice – it is a guaranteed way of getting both comments and links to your blog from fervent e-cigarette supporters. No exception is a blog post on the electronic cigarette by Dr Mathew Mintz – currently building up to 20 […]

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Champix

I was intrigued when an Australian friend told me about a drug which he had bought in Australia, subsidised by the government, to help him to stop smoking. The drug, he said, worked by affecting the part of the brain that made the smoker addicted. The drug was Champix, a precription quit-smoking drug manufactured by […]

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