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Brain links weakened by nicotine withdrawal may explain smokers’ relapse



A new brain imaging study published in JAMA Psychiatry suggests that the high rate of relapse among smokers trying to quit may be due to an inability – brought on by nicotine withdrawal – to switch from the “default mode” brain network, to the “executive control” brain network.

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