Shopping vouchers can be used to encourage pregnant women not to smoke, claim researchers.
Published in the British Medical Journal (BMJ) today, a trial involving 600 women from Glasgow highlighted that financial incentives had a beneficial impact upon smoking rates in mothers-to-be.
More than 20% of the women who were offered shopping vouchers quit smoking during their pregnancy in comparison to the 9% who quit with NHS support alone.
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