Smoking Cessation

No Smoking IconThe U.S. Surgeon General has called cigarette smoking “the chief preventable cause of death in our society.” Smoking damages almost every organ in the body and accounts for nearly 30% of all cancer deaths. Do your lungs a favor and never light up - they are doing a good job for you, so be a good mama and take care of them. We’re here to help.

December 4,
Electronic cigarettes (e-cigarettes) face increasing scrutiny. Their growing popularity is resulting in more attention being paid to them. Often, the devices are promoted as safer and effective alternatives to ordinary cigarettes by the companies...
January 28,
The latest surgeon general’s report on the health effects of smoking — issued at the 50th anniversary of the pathbreaking 1964 report — offers astonishing new evidence of just how much harm tobacco is causing. Despite the many gains in reducing...
April 12, 2
NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Smoking causes half a million deaths each year in the U.S., killing slightly more men than women, new statistics show.
The rates of smoking-related deaths in men were comparable to what's been found in other recent...
March 21, 2
FRIDAY, March 18 (HealthDay News) -- Women in smoke-free homes and workplaces are less likely to develop or die from breast cancer, new research shows.
U.S. researchers compared rates of non-smoking homes and workplaces with state-specific rates...
December 16
If you smoke, quitting the habit is the best New Year’s resolution you could make — and keep — in 2011. That’s true even if you’re just a social smoker.
A new report from the Surgeon General shows that even occasional smoking and secondhand smoke...

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