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Nicotine in a New Way No cigarette is good for a person but some alternatives are so much better than the actual thing Many people smoke and now there is a new way for them to get a nicotine craving without having to smoke cigarettes The new way is nicotine-laced suckers that help smokers quit This new treatcould also shut down cigarette companies According to Shawn and Janet Needham pharmacists in Moses Lake there is a smoking alternative that is tasty at the same time Nicotine gums and patches made by big companies allow smokers to gradually ween themselves from this horrible addiction The suckers do too but with added advantages This suckers is able to be licked on then put back in the wrapper until the urge strikes again It also gives the smokers craving for the hand-mouth stimulation These sucker have the same effect as cigarettes but arent as bad for you This new invention is much better than smoking cigarettes so dont be a fool and smoke have a sucker The Needhams turn medicines into formulas Needhams have been working on this project for a while and done a lot of compounding They have been able to tailor a hormone replaced pill to an individuals needs Shawn can formulate medicines that big drug makers have decided are no longer profitable He has changed medicines into formulas that are often used in the veterinary field All these people try and do experiments to find out how to help people stop smoking and a man from Moses Lake comes up with the great idea to use what has already been done The thing is he perfects the idea and adds more to it With all this work these suckers may a great hit with the public If these suckers are a great hit with the public smoking in our society will go down increasingly The Needhams are working with a doctor on a protocol
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