Smoking Cessation Articles
Lung cancer rates have dropped in states that have strong tobacco control programs. Yet cigarette smoking remains the leading cause of preventable death in the nation. Learn more about the dangers of smoking and November's "Great American Smokeout."*Provided by John Deere Health.
Everyone who has smoked knows that quitting is hard. Learn valuable and specific tips from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to help you or a loved one break this deadly habit.*Provided by John Deere Health.
You've heard that secondhand smoke can be dangerous. Learn more about the effects of Environmental Tobacco Smoke on those around you.*Provided by CIGNA.
Almost 2 million adolescents in the United States become regular smokers each year, according to the American Lung Association. Parents can play a large part in preventing kids from starting.*Provided by CIGNA.
We've all heard many times the relationship between smoking and lung cancer, and yet approximately one in every four adult Americans currently smokes and another one in four has used tobacco in the past. *Provided by CIGNA.