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Taking a Breath to Breathe Easily: A Harmless Way to End Smoking

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The straightest passage is not always the simplest path to wellness. Nowhere is that assertion more obvious, and obviously more difficult than most imagine, regarding the attempt to quit cigarette smoking. It is an addiction as expensive in dollars as it is…

Strategies to Tackle Workplace Tobacco Use

Corporate Wellness Magazine - in Smoking Cessation

Tobacco use is a public health problem worldwide, being a significant risk factor for cardiovascular disease and cancer which are the leading causes of death worldwide. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), tobacco smoking remains…

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The American Lung Association and CVS Health: A Partnership in Lung Health

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Every two and a half minutes someone in the U.S. is told that they have lung cancer, and the five-year survival rate is only 17.7 percent – making lung cancer the #1 cancer killer of women and men. While air pollution, radon, asbestos and exposure to secondhand…

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Tobacco: Addiction and Embarrassment

Smoking is a very ‘personal habit’ Working with employees and their spouses in an employer-sponsored tobacco cessation program is an eye-opener for even the most experienced wellness coach. The most reoccurring theme is the embarrassment expressed by participants…

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