Recovery After Quitting Smoking

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The negative health effects of smoking are omnipresent in the body of a smoker. The good news is that after quitting the body starts to repair itself immediately. After just one smoke free hour, pulse and blood pressure begin to drop toward normal levels. Learn more Read More >



New campaign shows teens The Real Cost of tobacco use

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The U.S. Federal Drug Administration (FDA) recently launched a national public education campaign focused on preventing youth tobacco use. The “Real Cost” campaign looks at numerous consequences of tobacco use such as losing teeth, aging prematurely, and the hold addiction takes on your life. The campaign is scheduled to last a full year and future […] Read More >


CVS Announces it Will Stop Selling Tobacco Products

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February 5, 2014 Statement of Matthew L. Myers President, Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids WASHINGTON, DC – CVS Caremark today set a powerful example for all retailers, especially those involved in health care, by announcing that it will end the sale of tobacco products at its more than 7,600 stores throughout the United States. The Campaign […] Read More >


New Surgeon General Report

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For Immediate Release January 22, 2014 SURGEON GENERAL PROJECTS [NUMBER] [STATE] CHILDREN WILL DIE PREMATURELY UNLESS CURRENT SMOKING RATES DROP Figure represents 1 in every 13 U.S. children; 5.6 million children nationwide Approximately 5.6 million American children will die prematurely from smoking-related diseases unless the current smoking rates drop, according to a new Surgeon General’s […] Read More >