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Tobacco Free Florida
The Florida Department of Health's program to help tobacco users quit, prevent youth from starting, and protect Floridians from secondhand smoke.
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CDC Tobacco Free 14h
Show yourself a little love, be smokefree this Valentine’s Day.
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Quitting smoking can add up to 10 years to your life! Check out some of the other benefits: .
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Tobacco Free Florida Feb 11
Yes, heart disease can affect non-smokers. However, smoking is a major cause of heart disease for both men and women.
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CDC Tobacco Free Feb 11
If you smoke a pack a day, & quit during the month of February, you’ll be able to buy 24 roses for your loved one.
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Tobacco Free Florida Feb 10
Call us at 1-877-U-CAN-NOW to speak with a Quit Coach about your questions or visit for info!
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Tobacco Free Florida Feb 10
Trying to ? Cutting down is not enough. Quit to reduce your risk for heart disease.
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FDA Tobacco Feb 9
Smoking causes cardiovascular disease, which includes coronary & .
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CDC Tobacco Free Feb 10
Lung cancer is the leading cause of cancer death among black women.
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Tobacco Free Florida Feb 9
Imagine where you could travel to with the money you can save by quitting smoking!
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Want to but don't know how or where to start? We can help: .
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U.S. Surgeon General Feb 7
When it comes to going , winners always quit and quitters always win. For the big game, go tobacco-free.
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Tobacco Free Florida Feb 6
Quitting smoking can benefit your heart. More benefits of quitting: .
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FDA Tobacco Feb 5
14.8% of U.S. women are current smokers. Smoking is a risk factor for heart disease. Protect your heart & go .
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Tobacco Free Florida Feb 5
Thanks for sharing!
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Tobacco Free Florida Feb 5
A8: We went red to raise awareness that smoking causes heart disease! FREE help: .
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