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This 4th of July, declare your independence from tobacco use and start living a fuller, healthier life! More than half of all adults who ever smoked have succeeded in quitting, like Wilma. She quit smoking and now enjoys activities she never dreamed of doing, such as yoga and running. Read and share this CDC Feature... Read more »
This July 4, as we commemorate our nation’s independence, declare your freedom from nicotine addiction or encourage a smoker in your life to quit. To promote this different kind of independence, CDC created an eCard, button, and a feature article designed to raise awareness about tobacco addiction, encourage smokers to make a quit attempt, and... Read more »
This June, as we observe Father’s Day and National Men's Health Week, remember that not smoking or quitting smoking is one of the best things a man can do for his health and the health of his family. In honor of Father’s Day, CDC created new e-cards, a button, and a feature article designed to... Read more »
Get important information on why and how to quit smoking in 2011. In early 2011, CDC published a feature article, eCard, tweets, and other social media in an effort to encourage smokers to make 2011 their year to quit. Materials include details on the adverse health effects of smoking and the benefits of quitting. Materials... Read more »
I’m so excited! Only three days left before I quit mail. The last days I’ve been very busy unsubscribe newsletters, answer the last emails and finding smart solutions to productivity. The only thing I have to do is writing down my out-of-mail reply. Your suggestions are welcome! And finally, on New Year’s day it’s time... Read more »
Read a couple of articles in Time and the Wall Street Journal yesterday about the up-and-coming trend to quit. That's right, quit your job! For the last 2 years, people have been reluctant to leave their job (good, bad, or ugly) due to the job market. That may be changing. Reports have now come in... Read more »