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Three Quality of LifeHacks to Help Employees Quit Smoking

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The Great American Smoke Out is this week. The American Cancer Society leads this yearly event on the third Thursday of each November to encourage smokers across the country to make a plan to quit or to plan in advance to quit smoking on this day.

Join the American Cancer Society for the Great American Smokeout® and Be a Quitter

Tobacco Atlas estimates 1 billion people will die worldwide during 21st century if they don't quit smoking
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ATLANTA, Nov.

Double Your Chances Of Quitting Smoking

Many women who quit smoking are surprised by how good they feel! They feel in charge - they smell good - they feel more relaxed!
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(3BL Media / theCSRfeed) January 5, 2012 - More than 70% of U.S. smokers say they want to quit, but only between 4% and 7% succeed if they try it without help. Quitting smoking can be tough, but here are some ways you can double your chances of quitting and staying quit. To boost your odds of quitting smoking for good, consider these options.

5 Ways to Achieve New Year's Resolution Success

Make 2012 your best year yet! Join the Choose You movement to set and reach your health goals.
Summary: 

According to surveys about 50 percent of us will make 2012 resolutions, and likely they will include eating better, being more active or losing weight. All lofty goals, but according to those same surveys, only 8 percent will achieve what they set out to do, and 45 percent will throw in the towel by the end of January. Colleen Doyle, director of nutrition & physical activity for the American Cancer Society, explains that part of the problem is figuring out how to set ourselves up for success.

Visit www.chooseyou.com.

ACS19877

 

Press Release

According to surveys about 50 percent of us will make 2012 resolutions, and likely they will include eating better, being more active or losing weight. All lofty goals, but according to those same surveys, only 8 percent will achieve what they set out to do, and 45 percent will throw in the towel by the end of January. Colleen Doyle, director of nutrition & physical activity for the American Cancer Society, explains that part of the problem is figuring out how to set ourselves up for success.

Visit www.chooseyou.com.

ACS19877

 

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