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Permanent freedom from nicotine addiction is an achievable goal that involves education, persistence and support. Thousands of people quit successfully every year, and you can too. Believe in yourself and the sky is the limit.

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5 Tips That Promote Heart Health

Heart disease is the leading cause of death in the United States today. Learn what you can do to promote heart health for yourself and those you love.

Stress and Smoking Cessation

Dealing with stress when quitting smoking is a challenge for almost every ex-smoker. These tips will help you manage more easily.

The Psychology of a Smoking Relapse

Understanding the psychology that leads to a smoking relapse is the best way to avoid having one.

Does Quitting Smoking Cause Constipation?

Intestinal discomforts including stomach problems, gas and constipation are common side effects of smoking cessation.

How Quitting Smoking Has Changed My Life

As smokers, we think life will be dismal without our cigarettes. These ex-smokers tell you why that's not true.

The Five D's - Tips That Will Help You Stay Quit

These 5 tips will help you quickly decipher and respond in a healthy way to smoking urges as they come up during nicotine withdrawal.

Superman Doesn't Smoke

Talking directly to your kids about smoking while they are young is the best way to help them avoid tobacco use later on.

22 Things I've Learned About Quitting Smoking

In her personal account, this ex-smoker shares 22 things that helped her quit smoking successfully. They will help you, too.

There is No Such Thing as "Just One" Cigarette

What will happen if I smoke just one cigarette after I quit smoking? Will I relapse and become addicted again?

Smokeless Tobacco Overview - Facts and Information

What is smokeless tobacco and is it safer than smoking?

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