Stop Smoking Study At Mizzou

Gone are the days of Joe Camel and the Marlboro Man on tobacco packaging but what’s inside the packaging is still on store shelves. The University of Missouri is studying the effects of behavioral therapy on cigarette smoking. Brett Froeliger, the director of the MU Health Neuroscience Center, explains why he’s recruiting adults to participate in a study…


He is encouraging residents to participate in two smoking-related studies that comes with pay. Visit Health Neuroscience Center (dot) com or text SMOKE to 2-1-0-0-0 (or 21 thousand) for more information.


(From Missourinet)