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Smoking is a practice where a substance, most commonly tobacco, is burned and the smoke tasted or inhaled. This is primarily done as a form of recreational drug use, as combustion releases the active substances in drugs such...
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Tobacco smoking is the practice where tobacco is burned and the vapors either tasted or inhaled. The practice began as early as 5000-3000 BC. Many civilizations burnt incense during religious rituals, which was later adopted...
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Almost everyone knows that smoking causes disease, that it can shorten a ... Today we're more aware about how bad smoking is for our health. ...
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Everyone says smoking is bad for you. Why? Find out in this article for kids. ... Smoking is one of the worst things kids or adults can do to their bodies. ...
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Cigarette smoking remains the leading cause of death and illness among Americans. ... Cigarette Smoking Symptoms. When to Seek Medical Care. Exams and Tests ...
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Cigarette smoking is the most important preventable cause of premature death in ... Smoking increases blood pressure, decreases exercise tolerance and increases the ...
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Offers links to news about smoking, including articles, related issues, statistics, law and policy, and the effects of smoking on men and women.
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Self-help guides, instant support, and interactive tools for people who want to quit smoking. - -
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... quit; why it's so hard; besides the addiction to nicotine, what keeps me smoking? ... Some numbers about smoking. What are the methods of quitting? ...
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Information about quitting smoking from the American Academy of Family Physicians. ... What about nicotine replacement products or medicine to help me stop smoking? ...
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Information for teens about smoking from the American Academy of Family Physicians. ... Plan what you'll do instead of smoking (see list above for ideas) ...
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Nearly half of Americans who once smoked eventually quit smoking. ... Smoking Cessation Support Group. Addiction Support Group. Spirituality and Prayer Support Group ...
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Smoking will wreck your health, but if you're a smoker, don't despair. ... All you have to do is sign up for a stop-smoking program -- today. ...
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Learn how to quit smoking. Smoking is an addictive disease, read about the steps to quit smoking including medication and behavioral modification.
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Health effects of smoking tobacco products. Physician-monitored info written for consumers. ... Original Source: http://www.cardiologychannel.com/smoking/index.shtml ...
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Does smoking affect my blood and heart rate? ... What is the relationship between smoking and the birth control pill? ... If smoking has already caused so much ...
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Free help to quit smoking, plus information on smoking and cancer, secondhand smoke, cigarettes, other tobacco products, tobacco research, and statistics.
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Find information on quitting smoking -- nicotine substitutes, reasons to quit, effects of smoking, success rates, quitting tips, teen tobacco use, and more.
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