Sarah-Jane Baldwin

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Introduction Insomnia, agitation, and anxiety are common presentations to primary care clinicians, with these frequently being treated with anxiolytic and hypnotic medications (defined by the British National Formulary [BNF] chapters 4.1.1 and 4.1.2). [1] These medications may also be used as part of a program of alcohol withdrawal, treatment for epilepsy(More)
The case study of controlled smoking treatment reported here includes multicomponent behavioral interventions. Follow-up data of 30 months' duration are examined with particular reference to shifts in topographical aspects of smoking and a focus on other health-related behaviors. Cigarette smoking was reduced by 85% without compensatory shifts in topography(More)
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