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Tips to help you stop smoking


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  • Website: Patient.co.uk
  • Resource type: Article

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Make a list of reasons you want to quit, set a date and tell everyone that you are quitting smoking. To make this attempt a success, take it one day at a time, be positive, and don't give up! More tips in this resource.


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cigarette, nicotine, addition, habit, smoke, quit, cessation

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Rated on: 3/16/2017 3:30:09 PM

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