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Synonyms for cessation

a stopping

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as to the state of affairs that will bring quiescence with cessation of the discomfort.
This desire for beliefs, as opposed to desire for the actual facts, is a particular case of secondary desire, and, like all secondary desire its satisfaction does not lead to a complete cessation of the initial discomfort.
Look at the other class of pleasures which have no antecedent pains and you will no longer suppose, as you perhaps may at present, that pleasure is only the cessation of pain, or pain of pleasure.
Let us not, then, be induced to believe that pure pleasure is the cessation of pain, or pain of pleasure.
The tumult of cessation from lessons was already breaking forth, but it sank at her voice.
Background and Objective: Smoking Cessation Clinics (SCCs) involve the use of cognitive behavior therapy and effective medications provided by specialists.
We conducted a study to examine whether the psychological status of couples and partner support affects smoking cessation success.
2017;66:174-176), the authors highlighted a study by Lindson-Hawley et al showing that abrupt cessation was associated with higher quit rates than gradual cessation.
Clinical trials show the efficacy of dentists' counseling in smoking cessation.
Following a nationwide smoking ban in public places, the Department of Health (DOH) is considering the expansion of its smoking cessation program in anticipation of many smokers quitting the vice.
LESS THAN ONE-THIRD of smokers hospitalized for myocardial infarction receive any kind of smoking cessation therapy during their stay in hospital, according to a poster presented at the annual meeting of the American College of Cardiology.
Medicaid policies that require counseling before receiving smoking cessation drugs may pose a barrier to quitting, found a study published in October in Preventing Chronic Disease.
In 2012, The Joint Commission also adopted a tobacco treatment quality measures set that requires hospitals to document patients' smoking status, offer cessation support to smokers (including counseling and pharmacotherapy), and conduct a follow-up communication with smokers 15-30 day after discharge.
Objective: To investigate physicians' smoking cessation practice, consultation for smoking intervention for hospitalised patients and its determinants.
This study was carried out to evaluate use of tobacco cessation approaches among dental professional of Sindh, Pakistan.