WHO and CDC Statements About Ecigs

Posted By: QuitSmoking.com Staff | Aug 28 2014



WHO Statement summary:
WHO is encouraging more rigid regulation related to e-cigarettes, especially given new evidence that they are being increasingly sold to minors.  They recommend taxation and price increases to decrease demand for the product and bans on advertising and illegal trading practices related to tobacco products. They also recommend an across the board ban of fruity and alcohol flavorings-as they have proven to be enticing to minors, and e-cigarettes available in vending…

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The Cost of Smoking (It’s More Than You Think!)

Posted By: QuitSmoking.com Staff | Aug 27 2014



The true cost of smoking cigarettes costs so much more than just the cost for the cigarettes.  If you pay $3 per pack, and smoke a pack of cigarettes a day, that is a total of $1095 a year.  But let’s consider the other costs!  It takes gas to get to the store, let’s say it costs $1 every time you drive to the store to get your smokes, that could cost as much as $122, just on gas to get your cigarettes.  Smokers pay higher health insurance and life insurance rates, as much as 20% higher for…

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Tip: NOPE

Posted By: QuitSmoking.com Staff | Aug 26 2014



Not One Puff, Ever (N.O.P.E.). The mind is a tricky thing. It will tell you that one cigarette won’t hurt. And it’s hard to argue with that logic, especially when you’re in the middle of an urge. And those urges are super hard to argue with. Don’t give in. Tell yourself, before the urges come, that you will not smoke a single puff, ever again. Because the truth is, that one puff WILL hurt. One puff leads to a second, and a third, and soon you’re not quitting, you’re smoking. Don’t fool…

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Smoking During Pregnancy Effects More than Just Your Children

Posted By: QuitSmoking.com Staff | Aug 21 2014



A recent study found that not only are the children born of mothers who smoke during pregnancy adversely affected by their mother’s choice, but grandchild are affected too, even if their mother did not smoke.  If children’s paternal grandmother smoked they are more likely to have greater bone mass and be taller, if their maternal grandmother smoked they are more likely to be overweight.  If both grandmothers smoked, grandchildren are more likely to be shorter and have less body mass than other…

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Persistance is Key

Posted By: QuitSmoking.com Staff | Aug 20 2014



Keep trying, it took me 3 times before it became permanent.  I used the patch but the biggest thing is that YOU HAVE TO WANT TO!! ...... I will be 4 years smoke FREE this September (2012) and that’s after 23 years of smoking !!  GOOD LUCK !!  If you FAIL KEEP TRYING !!!  Bob K. | Renfrew, PA, USA

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