Smoking

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  2. Tools for Quitting
  3. Types of Smoking
  1. Smoking Adds Another Wrinkle to Aging

    Everybody knows smoking is bad for your health. Now here's something you may not know: Smoking is bad for your looks. It's true.

  2. Smoking and Gum Disease

    Do you have healthy gums? You may kiss them goodbye if you're a smoker.

  3. Smoking: Truth and Consequences

    When you smoke, toxins are carried by your blood to every organ in your body. At the same time, the carbon monoxide in cigarette smoke keeps red blood cells from carrying as much oxygen as normal.

  4. The High Cost of Smoking

    When people consider the cost of smoking, they usually focus on the cost of the cigarettes alone. But that's only the first step.

  5. Why Quit Smoking?

    You know you should quit smoking. But you just haven't gotten around to it yet. Here are some reasons to help you commit to quitting.

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