Smoking Cessation Information
According to the CDC, smoking is the leading cause of preventable death, disease, and disability in the United States. In addition to financial costs, smoking can cause numerous health consequences, including dulled senses of taste and smell, erectile dysfunction, stroke, lung disease, heart disease, lung cancer, esophogus cancer, larynx cancer, mouth cancer, bladder cancer, and problems with pregnancy and childbirth. Nicotine is a highly addictive substance that can be very difficult to quit, however there are numerous short- and long-term health benefits of quitting.
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