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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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Tobacco Free Florida 8h
Replying to @DetroitVitaGirl
You’ve got this! We have free tools and services that can help at .
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Tobacco Free Florida 8h
Replying to @giddydev
That’s great to hear! Check out some quit tips that can help you on your quit journey at .
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Tobacco Free Florida 9h
The latest Tobacco Free Florida Daily!
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Tobacco Free Florida May 21
Replying to @jennloverde
When quitting smoking it’s important to know your triggers and to come up with a plan to deal with them. Learn more about common triggers at .
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Tobacco Free Florida May 21
Replying to @jennloverde
Quitting can be difficult, but it is not impossible. We have free tools and services that can help at .
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Tobacco Free Florida May 21
Replying to @ceeayebee
Congrats! If you would like to share your story to help inspire others to quit smoking let us know at .
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Tobacco Free Florida May 21
Replying to @AndrewSeedarnee
Tobacco Free Florida is administered through the Florida Department of Health’s Bureau of Tobacco Free Florida and funded by money derived from the state’s tobacco settlement agreement with the major tobacco companies in 1997. Learn more:
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Tobacco Free Florida May 21
Replying to @GChlupsa
See page 4 for the chart with stats on men and women:
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Tobacco Free Florida May 21
The latest Tobacco Free Florida Daily!
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Tobacco Free Florida May 21
Saw the Live Healthy segment with Dr. Saumil Oza talking about stoke. Thanks for mentioning smoking as a risk factor for stroke. We have free tools and services that can help your viewers quit at .
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Tobacco Free Florida May 21
For many, it can take several attempts to quit tobacco for good. Don’t give up. We can help!
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Tobacco Free Florida May 20
There are many reasons to quit tobacco, like being there for your loved one’s birthday. What’s yours?
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FDAWomen May 17
Smoking causes lung cancer, which kills more women in the U.S. each year than breast cancer. ♀️ Learn more via :
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Tobacco Free Florida May 18
The latest Tobacco Free Florida Daily!
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Tobacco Free Florida May 18
, great piece on about strokes. For any viewers looking to improve their health and help prevent a future stroke, we have free tools and services to help them quit smoking at .
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Tobacco Free Florida May 18
, appreciate your piece on creating awareness about the dangers of JUUL. For viewers looking to quit, we have free tools and services at . More information on the JUUL can also be found at:
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Tobacco Free Florida May 17
The latest Tobacco Free Florida Daily!
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Tobacco Free Florida May 17
Quit smoking today to protect your furry friends from the dangers of secondhand smoke.
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Tobacco Free Florida May 16
How much money could you save when you quit smoking? Find out at
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Tobacco Free Florida May 16
Replying to @whoisjohngalt_0
The link explains possible reasons why lung cancer risk among smokers has increased. And one possible reason is because of filters and vent holes, which may lead smokers to inhale more deeply, pulling dangerous chemicals farther into their lungs. (2/2)
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