Antidepressant Patch Doesn't Help Smokers Quit
An antidepressant drug delivered through a patch on the skin is no better than placebo for helping smokers kick the habit, new research shows.
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#1 Aug 31, 2012
A patch to help smokers stop smoking would not work if the people wearing them is not fully resolved on quitting. Smoking and depression is closely entangled with each other, thus, this antidepressant patch may help them kick the habit and depression out of them. Know more about Zoloft at the http://www.zoloftlawsuithelpcenter.com
#2 Sep 23, 2013
I have ordered 2 times from this website PILLSMEDSHOP. COM . I called yesterday the customer care and asked for a discount as i was about to order twice the regular amount.
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#3 Sep 24, 2013
Another limpdick smoker trying to get other stupid smokers to give their financial information to a bunch of crooks. Way to go, LIMPDICK. Quit smoking and you won't have to work at a crappy assed job like this. Maybe you will even get a woman once you stop stinking like a smoky turd.
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