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Nicotine Coupon - Nicotine 21mg patch
Nicotine
NICOTINE helps people stop smoking. This medicine replaces the nicotine found in cigarettes and helps to decrease withdrawal effects. It is most effective when used in combination with a stop-smoking program. The lowest GoodRx price for the most common version of nicotine is around $23.55, 67% off the average retail price of $72.02. Compare nicotine agonists.
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Savings Alert: Nicotine is available over-the-counter. You can use GoodRx coupons to save, but you will need to present a doctor’s prescription and purchase at the pharmacy counter. Learn More

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How To Quit Smoking – What Science Says Really Works

Dr. Sharon Orrange
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Tobacco use is the leading preventable cause of death worldwide and is a major risk factor for not only lung cancer but heart disease and stroke. But how risky is it, really? Current smokers are two to three times more likely to die from heart disease and two times more likely to die from stroke compared to people who don’t smoke. Yep, you’ve heard this already.

For those who want to quit or have loved ones who want to quit, here are some tidbits about smoking and the real deal on quitting. See More

Are You Waiting for a Chantix Generic? Here’s How To Save on the Popular Smoking Cessation Drug

Tori Marsh
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Emerging in 2006, Chantix quickly became known as one of the best ways to quit smoking. But, as a brand-only drug, Chantix is pricey—a month’s supply can cost $500. Luckily, there are ways to save.

What is Chantix?

Chantix is a popular, but expensive, prescription drug used for smoking cessation. Research shows that the medication works, particularly if patients also enroll in counseling and support programs. See More

Is It Safe To Cut Medication Patches in Half? — Here’s Why It’s Risky

Roni Shye
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Scopolamine, nicotine, and buprenorphine—these are some of the many medications that are available in patch form. Known for being convenient and comfortable, transdermal patches are used in cases where patients need a slow release of medication over time. Whether to save money or to lower the dose, patients often ask if they can cut them. Here’s what you need to know.

How do transdermal patches work?

Patches can be complex—they’re usually constructed with the medication layered inside the patch and as they’re applied to skin, medicine is slowly absorbed through the skin into the bloodstream over time. See More

Here’s How to Use a GoodRx Coupon with Your Over-The-Counter Medication

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Did you know that GoodRx can help you save up to 80% on hundreds of over-the-counter prescriptions?

GoodRx coupons can be used for popular non-prescription products, including diabetes test strips, Zyrtec, baby aspirin, vitamins, Claritin, nicotine patches and many more.

WAIT! Before you head to the pharmacy, you need to know that using GoodRx coupons for non-prescription products work a bit differently than you may be used to. See More

5 New Years Resolution Tips From the Pharmacist

Roni Shye
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It’s officially 2018, which means it’s time to make those new year’s resolutions.

While it might be easy to stick to the resolutions for a few days, sometimes life can catch up with us. So how do you make those difficult new years resolutions stick? Here are some tips from the pharmacist to help you achieve your goals this year.

Lose those extra pounds

If you’ve decided that 2018 is going to be the year you lose that extra baggage you’ve been carrying—congratulations! Losing weight can help with a number of health problems like diabetes, high cholesterol, and joint problems to name a few. See More

10 Secrets to Help You Quit Smoking

Dr. Sharon Orrange
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A recent study made headlines reporting that quitting smoking abruptly has a better quit rate than using a gradual approach. This wasn’t news to many doctors—the “cutting-down” approach has never seemed to work as well as quitting cold turkey.

Well, what else do we know?

  1. First—smokers who quit abruptly are more likely to keep from using from tobacco than those who use a gradual cessation method. Cold turkey is your best bet for quitting, 8 weeks later, those who quit cold turkey remain abstinent at higher rates than those who try “cutting-down.
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Quit Smoking for the Great American Smokeout 2014!

Roni Shye
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Each year, the Great American Smokeout takes place on the third Thursday of November, sponsored by The American Cancer Society. This year’s Smokeout is on November 20, 2014!

The first Great American Smokeout took place at Union Square in San Francisco, California on November 16, 1977 and it has successfully continued for 39 years and counting.

The goal is to encourage tobacco users to think about kicking their habit—whether it’s cigarettes, cigars, pipes, or other forms of tobacco—for 24 hours. See More

Does the Nicotrol Inhaler Work Better to Help You Quit?

Dr. Sharon Orrange
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For a long time, treatment of tobacco dependence centered on two nicotine replacement systems: nicotine gum and patches. Now there are more effective products available, which have added to falling smoking rates seen in much of the U.S. The idea of clean nicotine delivery systems that satisfy nicotine craving and promote smoking cessation is attractive for sure.

How do nicotine inhalers and e-cigarettes offer a unique way to curb the addiction?
Nicotine causes tobacco addiction by complex actions that affect the neurochemistry of the brain. See More

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