Messages from cell phones may help smoker to quit smoking...

December 17, 2012 8:28pm CST
On an article I've read, researchers found out that a lot of smokers are encouraged to quit smoking because of text messages. And I just can't imagine how a single text message can change a person's unavoidable habit??? :)
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@jenny1015 (13389)
• Philippines
18 Dec 12
If that was the result of the research, it would just mean that the person would just be switching into another habit, which is texting. Texting may not be a hazardous as smoking, but it could sure be a cause of a lot of things in your life- ruined relationships, ruined concentration in work and in school, unnecessary spending, being altogether unproductive.
@rsa101 (14960)
• Quezon City, Philippines
18 Dec 12
I really am not sure what effect that would be. Although I am pretty sure it is not effective for me since I am a non smoker. But I do not know how this will affect the smoker since there seems to be no connection between smoking and texting.
@celticeagle (119388)
• Boise, Idaho
18 Dec 12
Maybe they can go do a text message instead of smoking. Or, perhaps they are getting messages about quiting smoking. Who knows. I don't even own a cell phone.