There has been an enormous amount of publicity surrounding the tobacco market. From advertising, to sales of these products in convenience and even grocery stores across North America, to where and when you can smoke tobacco, to around whom, the entire industry appears to be surrounded by nothing but trouble. And as with so many campaigns to quit smoking, and taxes and cigarette prices on the upswing, the marketing battle between the health conscious consumer, and the entire advertising industry …Read more
You’re probably well aware that smoking accelerates aging and damages your lungs and heart, but did you know that it also increases your risk for a variety of bladder problems? It’s true, as disconnected as the two may seem, smoking has a direct impact on the health of your bladder, and the only way to prevent the damage that smoking causes, is to quit smoking and avoid second-hand smoke.
Looking for yet another great reason to …Read more
Unless you’ve been living in a cloud of extreme denial, you are already well aware that smoking is bad for your health. But did you know that on average, smoking shaves 10 years off of your lifespan? That is no laughing matter, and it’s certainly as good a reason as any to quit smoking today. But what’s the point (you might think) – the damage is already done, so why quit smoking now? Well, evidence shows that people who quit …Read more
About one in 5 Americans are smokers and about 80 per cent of smokers say they would like to quit smoking. When you try to quit smoking it isn’t easy though. Many try more than one smoking cessation method before they actually quit for good.
Most smokers don’t have to search far for a reason to try to quit smoking. Their family, friends and the media bombard them with enough reasons to butt …Read more