My blood pressure is normal, cholesterol is normal, and life feels good again and I look younger. Thank you for my life back! read the full story
When I get an urge, I walk, I play with my dogs, I clean, I give myself pep talks, I do relaxation breathing and I read. read the full story
I haven't regretted my decision nor been tempted to start again. read the full story
The career that "found" me is in helping others to kick the habit. read the full story
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.