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Health Reward Stat of the Day – September 2

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A 2006 study that offered $20 per class attended and $100 for smoking
cessation found that incentives significantly increased participation and
smoking cessation rates. The incentive group had higher enrollment compared
to the group that did not receive incentives (43% versus 20%), as well as higher
completion rates (26% versus 12%) and short-term quit rates (16.3% versus
4.6%).

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