The California Smokers’ Helpline provides vital information about quit attempts and helping encourage and provide support to smokers who want to quit. About 50 percent of smokers had made a quit attempt in 1990. By 1999, it had increased to about 60 percent. Unfortunately, since then the percentage has stopped rising. Quit attempts are vitally […]
What is Stress? Stress is your body’s normal response to danger. Muscles tighten, blood pressure goes up, the heart races, and adrenaline is pumped. Stress may be cause from a range of everyday troubles or major incidents such as loss in one’s life. Many people smoke when feeling stressed. Even though they know that smoking […]
According to Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, a leading cause of vision loss is now clearly linked to smoking. A woman fighting to save her eyesight tells her story in CDC’s Tips from a Former Smoker. Losing your vision is among a long list of illnesses that are linked to smoking – but it […]
Hawaii lawmakers made history responding to state voters and youth through responsive legislation that protects public health. In April this year, the passage of legislation prohibited the sale of tobacco products to anyone under the age of 21. This makes Hawaii the first in the United States to raise the tobacco sale age from 18. […]
The California Smokers’ Helpline provides a number of free services to help smokers and other tobacco users quit. The California Smokers’ Helpline can be reached at 1-800-NO-BUTTS. If you are interested in quitting, there are 5 steps to planning to stop smoking. Step 1: Make the decision to quit Tobacco users who are trying to […]
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Los Angeles, CA 90026
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