November 2000
Electronic Ardell Wellness Report (E-AWR);11/24/2000, p1
Focuses on the efficacy of motivational purposes in helping people stop smoking. Importance of commitment to excellence in avoiding the smoking of cigarettes; Need to take up positive physical fitness activities.


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