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Quitting smoking is a tough addiction to beat, but it’s one of the most important things you can do for your health. Use the S.M.A.R.T. method to start your journey toward a tobacco-free life.
Are you avoiding stubbing out cigarettes for good because you’re afraid of weight gain? If so, consider this: On average, people gain about 5 pounds after they quit — and most people gain fewer than 10. Some don’t gain weight at all. But all of them gain a healthier body and healthier outlook. Use these … Read More
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Nine million Americans use smokeless tobacco. Users are often under the impression that smokeless tobacco is “safer” than inhaled alternatives. The truth is, there are 28 cancer-causing toxins in smokeless products. What is it, and what are its effects? Smokeless tobacco is not burned. Most people chew or suck the tobacco in their mouth and … Read More