Month: June 2012

Veterans quit smoking

Veterans with physical illness or injury is likely to say “it’s time to quit” than veterans with mental health problems. All veterans need help to quit smoking. A recent research crunched the numbers of veterans who smoke. Those with mental…

Quit Smoking easy

So you’ve decided you want to quit smoking. Galvanized great determination and, perhaps, the fear of health risks associated with smoking, you are ready. At this point, applaud all those who successfully quit the habit is good to, as it…

Employers to workers: Shape up, quit smoking

The number of companies offering health benefits, including everything from a fitness club membership reimbursement programs, weight loss has changed little since the Great Recession began. But employers have increased pressure on employees to form, in any case. If you…

Strategies to help teens quit smoking

Teens motives to start and quit smoking, are different from adults, and their vulnerability to dependence makes the prevention and refusal skills priorities Tobacco dependence is a serious public health problem worldwide, and the majority of smokers – up to…

Never too late for quitting

Ex-smokers live longer than those who have not kicked the habit, no matter what age group you look at, according to a new report. “This fact calls for effective smoking cessation programs, which may have significant preventive effects, even for…

Tobacco pips lead to quitting

If you use tobacco, it is likely that you may have often thought to beat the habit. However, elimination of tobacco is easier said than done. In line with the global tobacco surveys of adults (GATS), India study published doctors…

Smoke gets in your eyes

In addition to its other deficiencies, smoking significantly increases the risk of blindness. If it were not already enough make-ling reasons to quit smoking, think about the risk to your vision. While it is well known that smoking can cause…

Never too late to quit smoking

Ex-smokers live longer than those who have not kicked the habit, no matter what age group you look at, according to a new report. ,” the German researchers write in the Archives of Internal Medicine that: “Effective smoking cessation programs,…

Quitting smoking

A new report shows that stopping smoking can make you live longer – no matter how old you are. The study, published in the Archives of Internal Medicine June 11, looked at the results from17 studies conducted in seven countries.…