Smoker’s Cough: Another Reason to Quit Smoking

You’ve heard it, read it, or experienced it yourself, smoker’s cough is a prolonged cough accompanied by clear, yellowish, or green phlegm. The coughing is persistent, meaning you have been experiencing it for more than 2 to 3 weeks. The cough is worst in the morning when you wake up and normally improves towards the […]

6 Obstacles When Quitting Smoking

Smoking remains to be the number one cause of preventable disease, killing 440,000 people every year, according to the American Cancer Society. A lot of people attempt to quit but only a very few succeed. Why? It is because smokers are often bombarded with various obstacles such as: