1. Couples ‘SIX times’ more likely to QUIT smoking than single smokers  Express
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COUPLES who try to quit smoking together are almost six times more likely to be successful than those who go it alone, says a study. Researchers say partners help one another avoid temptation and resist nicotine cravings. COUPLES who try to quit smoking together are almost six times more likely to be successful than those who go it alone, says a study. Researchers say partners help one another avoid temptation and resist nicotine cravings.

Couples ‘SIX times’ more likely to QUIT smoking than single smokers | Express.co.uk

The study showed that couples who attempted to stop smoking together had a six-fold chance of success compared to patients who attempted it alone.The study showed that couples who attempted to stop smoking together had a six-fold chance of success compared to patients who attempted it alone.

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