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You can do this, Louisiana.
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Live fun. Live fit. Live Tobacco-free.
  • Glenda C. I haven't regretted my decision nor been tempted to start again.  read the full story
  • Courtney T. It has been over a year since I have been smoke-free, and I know I will never smoke again. Fasting was what worked for me, but the QuitWithUsLA.com program will work for anyone.  read the full story
  • Karin M. I feel so much better, I have more energy and less body aches. Not to mention the money I'm saving.  read the full story
  • Karen K. My decision to be smoke free was the best decision I've made in my life.  read the full story
Smoking and Pregnancy What Every Mom Needs to Know

Need a reason to quit? Babies exposed to cigarette smoke in the womb and after they’re born are more likely to die from Sudden Infant Death Syndrome, also known as SIDS. If they do survive, they may face a lifetime of learning and health problems. Here are some important facts that every mom or mom-to-be should know about smoking.

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Quitting is a process.

Remember that everyone's quit story is different. What works for one, might not always work for another. Don't give up. You can do this, Louisiana!

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Everyone's quit story is different. What works for one, might not always work for another. So we want you to share your success story (and your struggles) with us, so that you can help motivate and encourage others to quit.




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Tobacco Use in Louisiana

    • 24% >
      Percentage of Louisiana high school students who smoke
    • 25.7% >
      Percentage of adults who smoke in Louisiana
    • 3,800 >
      Number of youth who smoke their first cigarette each day in the U.S.
    • 11.8 million >
      Packs of cigarettes bought or smoked by kids in Louisiana each year
    • 294,000 >
      Kids exposed to secondhand smoke in the home
    • 22.1% >
      Adults in Louisiana who smoke