This American Cancer Society website describes the health benefits over time that smokers will experience after they quit. This page is part of the Guide to Quitting Smoking.
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This tobacco cessation fact sheet has information regarding Over the Counter and Prescription Medications, Quitlines and Counseling and Group Support options that can assist you in choosing a method or multiple methods to best support you in quitting.
Tools to Quit
Creating a smoke free workplace
Take the Stop Smoking Quiz - What kind of smoker are you? Answer the following questions about your smoking habits. Then click the "Score Quiz" button for a profile of your nicotine dependence and some ideas about how to tame your cravings as you become a non-smoker.
Protect Your ChildThis tobacco prevention factsheet has information for parents and children about the health consequences of tobacco use.
This tobacco prevention factsheet has information and talking points for parents to guide a conversation with children about the reasons not to start using tobacco products.
Secondhand smoke is composed of side stream smoke (the smoke released from the burning end of a cigarette) and exhaled mainstream smoke (the smoke exhaled by the smoker).