The real increase in the quit rates were low

Smokers get full benefits were one-and-a-half times more likely to leave successfully and fast – and – a-half times more likely to quit trying when any benefit recipients authors authors Janneke Kaper of Maastricht University in the Netherlands and colleagues. The real increase in the quit rates were low, in studies where a full benefit was compared to no benefit, abstinence rates among smokers rose 2 %age points, Kaper says .

Insurance incentives might help smokers in quitting, says studyhealth insurance that pays the full cost of smoking cessation treatments increases quit rates, compared to plans, pick up only part of the tab or that offer no termination benefits come at all according by a new review of studies.

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