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(Web Page; Mon Mar 04 12:07:00 CST 2019)
Description: The American Lung Association offers resources to help smokers figure out their reasons for quitting and then take the big step of quitting for good.
(File; Thu Nov 08 14:03:00 CST 2018)
(Web Page; Thu Apr 04 12:33:00 CDT 2019)
Description: Once a smoker decides to quit, he or she is more likely be successful if family, friends and co-workers give help and support.
(Web Page; Thu Apr 04 12:42:00 CDT 2019)
Description: Many people hit bumps on their journey to quitting smoking. Dealing with these obstacles is an important part of helping someone quit for good.
(Web Page; Thu Apr 04 11:00:00 CDT 2019)
Description: Quitting smoking is a journey, not a single event. You can help someone throughout that journey until they are able to quit for good.
(Web Page; Fri Feb 08 15:55:00 CST 2019)
Description: The Freedom From Smoking® group clinic includes eight sessions and features a step-by-step plan for quitting smoking. Each session is designed to help smokers gain control over their behavior. The clinic format encourages participants to work on the process and problems of quitting, both individually and as part of a group. For an online version of our successful program, you can use Freedom From Smoking® Online and get started today.
(Web Page; Thu Oct 04 14:37:00 CDT 2018)
Description: See how smoking wreaks havoc on lung health by comparing the lungs of a healthy nonsmoker versus those of a smoker. This video shows the damage smoking causes to healthy lungs—and explains how much of it can be reversed by quitting smoking.
(Web Page; Mon Mar 04 09:15:00 CST 2019)
Description: Do you want to quit smoking? Our proven tools, tips and support can help you end your addiction to tobacco and begin a new, smokefree phase of your life.
(Web Page; Fri May 13 08:47:00 CDT 2016)
Description: On September 11, 2014 I got a call from my primary care doctor telling me the results of a biopsy of a lymph node in my neck showed lung cancer. Lung cancer?! How is this possible? I am (was) 39 and had quit smoking five years earlier and felt totally 100% healthy. I had my hands full with a 1 year old and felt like I could run a marathon if inclined.
(Web Page; Fri Oct 12 15:30:00 CDT 2018)
Description: I've quit many things in my life but quitting smoking was the hardest. It's been eight years since I quit smoking and it blows my mind how much the smoke that I used to love bothers me so much now.