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Quitting Smoking: A Journey

Take the route that works best for you.


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Learn The Basics
Secondhand Smoke
When you smoke, you force the people who spend time with you to "smoke" too.
Quitting Smoking: Getting Started
Learn the physical reasons you should kick the habit. Smoking affects more than just your lungs.
Effects Of Smoking
Smoking affects every part of the body, including the gastrointestinal tract. In every puff, cigarette smokers inhale over 400 toxins and 43 known carcinogens.
The Addiction
Quitting is far more than just a mental battle. The nicotine in cigarettes creates a physical addiction.
Tobacco Products: Differences and Similarities
If you think cigarettes are the only tobacco products that can kill you, you may be making a deadly mistake.
As If Cancer And Heart Disease Weren't Enough ...
Six things you should know about the effects of smoking on your body.

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The Best Ways To Quit
From cold turkey to nicotine replacement, we review the best ways to quit.
Won't Quitting Make Me Fat?
It's true that many smokers gain weight after quitting, but the weight gain is usually mild, nine to 11 pounds on average.
Exercise Can Help
Exercise is one of the best things you can do for your health, regardless of whether you smoke or not.
How To Stay Smokeless
Here are some ideas, adapted from the National Cancer Institute and other sources, on how to keep from lighting up.
Women and Smoking: Why It's Important to Quit
This article from the National Women's Health Information Center explains why women need to kick the smoking habit.


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Tobacco Cessation Ask The Expert
Q: . Quitting smoking all at once has been the standard advice. But it is probably not better than quitting gradually. An international group of researchers and clinicians reviewed the data recently. They found that a more gradual approach is just as effective as picking a “quit day.” And it may appeal to you more.
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