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CDC Tobacco Free Jul 16
Christine was diagnosed with oral cancer at age 44. She quit smoking for the ones she loves. You can too.
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CDC Tobacco Free Jun 26
Brian had a heart transplant, got lung cancer, and is living with COPD. All were the result of his smoking.
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coastalhealth91 Apr 24
When it comes to tobacco, cancer doesn't discriminate. It doesn't care how old you are or how otherwise healthy you might be. If you're ready to quit, call 1-800-QUIT-NOW or the GA Tobacco Quit Line, 1-877-270-STOP or 1-877-2NO-FUME (Sp.)
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CDC Tobacco Free Jul 1
Every time Christine wanted to smoke a cigarette, she thought of her children. Who are you quitting for?
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CDC Apr 9
Smoking caused Leonard Nimoy’s chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) and his death. Learn more about his story at .
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MKE Tobacco-Free Apr 15
Quit Tips from drag performer Maker Moist: 🗨️Communicate your feelings 💊Use FDA approved treatment like the patch and mini lozenge 🏋️‍♂️Look forward to better physical health!
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CDC Jun 28
Christine started smoking in high school to fit in. She smoked for 28 years but quit when she was diagnosed with oral cancer at age 44. Read her story: .
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CDC Apr 23
When Christine was diagnosed with oral cancer, her son had to become the head of the household. She quit smoking for the ones she loves. She urges others to do the same. Learn more about her story at .
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CDC Jun 21
Brian started smoking at a young age. Now he is living with the health consequences of smoking, including heart disease, lung cancer, and COPD. Read Brian’s story: .
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CDC Apr 12
The campaign is back for the 8th year with stories of former smokers and their family members who have been affected by smoking-related illnesses.
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DouglasCoHealthDept May 2
For some, including Jamason, secondhand smoke exposure causes life-threatening asthma attacks. This Asthma and Allergy Awareness Month, consider the effect of secondhand smoke on those around you. Ready to quit? Call 1-800-QUIT-NOW.
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Mike Opelka Jun 29
You'd think this warning would not be needed... is asking people to stop swimming with diarrhea.
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CDC Apr 30
Brian, an Air Force veteran, had a heart attack at age 35 after starting to smoke in the 8th grade. Learn more about his story at .
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JCPH Apr 16
Beatrice’s son, Nick, wrote her a letter urging her to quit smoking. In this video from CDC’s Tips From Former Smokers® campaign, she tells how this act of love gave her the courage to end a lifelong habit. Call 1-800-QUIT-NOW for FREE support.
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Corey Jun 1
Also since when the fuck did we add all these letters like damn bitch I just don’t get it no one told me, and I’m part of that community
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APHA Apr 12
Christine began smoking in high school. At 44, she was diagnosed with oral cancer.
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CdcacOficial 18h
Para que ya no te sientas cansado y frustrado por hacer ejercicio ¡Elige los que te resulten divertidos para que no caigas en la rutina y el aburrimiento!
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KCTobaccoFree Jul 16
Quitting smoking is possible.
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Michigan HHS Dept Jul 15
Roosevelt began smoking in his teens. When he was 45, Roosevelt experienced a heart attack that landed him in the hospital for a month. Watch Roosevelt's Story and make today your day to quit smoking for good!
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TobaccoFreeAllegheny Jul 15
Rebecca found a whole new world once she . Are you ready to experience the satisfaction of being a ? Call 1-800-QUIT-NOW for free help and support.
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