Quit Smoking Archive

Smoking Cessation Guide

Tobacco use remains the leading preventable cause of death in the United States, causing more than 44 0,000 deaths each year and resulting in an annual cost of more than $75 billion in direct medical costs. Nationally, smoking results in more than 5.6 million years of potential life lost each year (CDC). Quitting Smoking is

What Products are there to help me Quit Smoking?

Smoking is a major cause of many diseases. Some of those include: Cancer of lung, larynx, mouth, and esophagus Coronary heart disease; strokes; chronic bronchitis Low bone density; hip fractures GERD and Peptic Ulcers People who smoke may not understand or they may choose to ignore all of the risks listed on the labels of

Are You Ready to Quit Smoking?

You can find an interactive tool at Yahoo Health. This interactive tool measures your readiness to quit smoking. The tool uses the stages of change approach, which is based on research about how people typically make behavior changes. The approach suggests that to make positive change, people must go through distinct stages from not thinking

Short Guide to Quitting Smoking

Smoking Overview Tobacco use remains the leading preventable cause of death in the United States, causing more than 440,000 deaths each year and resulting in an annual cost of more than $75 billion in direct medical costs. Nationally, smoking results in more than 5.6 million years of potential life lost each year (CDC). Quitting Smoking

Effect of Tobacco Use and Dependence in Women

Lung cancer has surpassed breast cancer to become the number one cancer killer among women. Trends in women’s lung cancer can be clearly linked to smoking behavior; currently observed increases in lung cancer rates mirror trends in women’s uptake of smoking 30-40 years ago. Smoking cessation clinical trials reveal that the same treatments benefit both