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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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FDA Tobacco 19h
Studies suggest that may progress more quickly in smokers than in nonsmokers.
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U.S. Surgeon General 19h
Congrats, , on one year of being . Thanks for removing tobacco products and putting above profit.
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Tobacco Free Florida 11h
Keep it up! And remember we're here to help.
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CDC Tobacco Free 17h
Startling trend: HS athletes smoke tobacco less, but use smokeless tobacco more than their non-athlete peers
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Tobacco Free Florida 17h
Smokeless tobacco, like chew and dip, can cause several types of cancer. Info: .
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Tobacco Free Florida 17h
It's been one year since removed all tobacco from its stores. We applaud their commitment to health!
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CDCChronic Sep 2
VIDEO: 50 yrs after the , we know the impact of on health is "Worse Than We Thought"
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Tobacco Free Florida Sep 2
Congrats on quitting! These symptoms are common after quitting, but temporary. We have tips to help you: .
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Tobacco Free Florida Sep 2
A7: Quitting smoking can help you have more restful sleep. Visit for more tips.
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Tobacco Free Florida Daily is out! via
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Tobacco Free Florida Sep 2
Don’t be hard on yourself. Explain this to your loved ones beforehand so they don’t take it personal.
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Tobacco Free Florida Sep 1
Secondhand smoke contains a deadly mix of more than 7,000 chemicals and about 70 can cause cancer.
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Dr. Tom Frieden Sep 1
U.S. adult smoking rate continues to fall; drops to 17 % from 2013:
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Tobacco Free Florida Sep 1
The money spent on smoking can be used to travel instead. Find out how much: .
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FDA Tobacco Sep 1
can cause plaque buildup in your arteries, which can lead to heart attack or .
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CDC Cancer Sep 1
Did you know? Smoking can cause almost anywhere in the body!
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Tobacco Free Florida Sep 1
Great to hear you've decided to ! We have tips & tools to help you at .
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Tobacco Free Florida Aug 31
Thanks for sharing!
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TobaccoFreeKids Aug 31
A growing number of students are attending colleges with smoke-free and campuses. From :
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