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Re-quit smoking on Mondays, worldwide study shows

Instead of encouraging smokers to plan one quit attempt around New Year?s, which comes only once a year, experts believe a better strategy would be to follow a New Year?s quit with a weekly recommitment to quit that takes advantage of natural weekly cycles. In a 2013 study, researchers found that Mondays acted like a ?mini-New Year?s? in terms of the numbers of people going online to search for help in quitting smoking.
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