Keep your eyes
open for a new smoking cessation product - nicotine-laced
lollipops. The lollipops are spiked with nicotine and are
not regulated by the Food and Drug Administration. They are
available through hundreds of independent druggists who are
producing suckers under brand names such as NicoStop and Likatine.
Tobacco-control activists are concerned that an addictive
drug masked by sweeteners and sold as a lollipop may end up
in the hands of children who could end up hooked on nicotine.
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