From psychcentral.com: New research suggests vulnerability to smoking addiction is a genetic trait, a finding that explains why it is so difficult, if not impossible, for some to quit.
Researchers say that future investigations could focus on improving smoking cessation methods by tailoring treatments for different types of smokers.
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