Posted By: QuitSmoking.com Staff | Dec 26 2013
Quitting smoking is notoriously difficult. Yet doctors say that they know more now than ever about the best strategies for kicking the habit. More products and services are available, too.
People have more choices today than ever about how to develop a “quit plan” that works, Glynn says. Developing a plan is essential, he says, given the strength of nicotine addiction.
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