Quitting Tobacco: Facing the Morning…Without Smoking

November 2004
Quitting Tobacco: Facing the Morning...Without Smoking;11/8/2004, p1
The article offers tips for smokers who have decided to quit tobacco smoking. They should plan a different wake-up routine. They should expect some things will never be the same when they quit smoking. The article also offers information on the nicotine levels in the body of smokers who decided to quit. Smokers can call the toll-free Smoking Quitline of the National Cancer Institute to ask for assistance.


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