Children exposed to cigarette smoke at home have lower levels of enzymes that help them respond to asthma treatments properly, according to new research.
Even if you don’t smoke, you are not 100% free from the dangers of tobacco use. Smoking is rampant. You see smokers everywhere – in the workplace, at school, at the restaurant, in public areas, and sometimes, even in your home. According to the American Lung Association, secondhand smoke contains more than 4,000 chemicals, 40 […]
Where you live affects your chances of quitting Your determination, plus many other factors play a big role in your quit smoking success. These include your support system, the type of treatment or quit strategy you use, and your access to smoking cessation resources. Even where you live can either ease or hurt your chances […]
[widget id=”ad_unit-10″]ad_unit-10[/widget]The smiling man on the right is Allen Carr. My personal hero. Why? Because he did in 1983 what the medical establishment and society in general could not do. He helped people to quit smoking. And when I say, he helped people he did it at least ten times better than anybody else around […]