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02 Jul Posted by in blog | Comments

Smoking | The Quit Smoking Buzz: Could a Vaccine help you stop craving Cigarette?

  SMOKING VACCINE CURBS NICOTINE CRAVINGS, HELPING SMOKERS QUIT. How does the vaccine work? After a smoker gets the vaccine shot,  their immune system starts to make antibodies.  These antibodies connect to the nicotine molecules from cigarette in the bloodstream. The combined molecules (antibody and nicotine molecules) are now too big to enter the central nervous system and […]

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27 Jun Posted by in blog | Comments

Smoking |The Quit Smoking Buzz: How much nicotine is in cigarettes and cigars?

Nicotine is the ingredient in cigarettes that causes a person to become addicted to tobacco products. “Cigarettes, cigars, and other tobacco products vary widely in their content of nicotine, cancer-causing substances, and other toxicants. In a cigarette (which contains less than 1 gram of tobacco)…” To read more about Nicotine and how much is found in cigarettes, head […]

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26 Jun Posted by in blog | Comments

The Quit Smoking Buzz: Father’s can pass on cells damaged by smoking to their children.

Here is another reason why men may want to quit smoking.  Father’s can pass on cells damaged by smoking to their children.  These inherited cells can increase their chances of having cancer or other diseases.       To read more, go to the the article “Cigarette Smoke Damages DNA In The Reproductive Cells Of Fathers And These Changes Are Inherited By The […]

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20 Jun Posted by in blog | Comments

The Quit Smoking Buzz – Smokers learn that skin cancer isn’t just from the sun.

Here is just one more reason why you might want to consider quitting smoking sooner than later. Smoking tied to one type of skin cancer   Published June 20, 2012  via  www.Foxnews.com “Smoking may not only cause wrinkles and sagging skin, it might also increase your risk of one type of skin cancer, researchers suggest in […]

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20 Jun Posted by in blog | Comments

The Quit Smoking Buzz – Graphic images added to warning labels on cigarette packs help smokers remember health-risk messages better.

  In an article published on 6/18/12, Medical News Today shared research findings from the American Journal of Preventive Medicine.  The article discussed the connection between the placement of graphic images on cigarette packs and the increase in information recall of smokers who viewed the pack images along with accompanying health warning text.  It was noted in the article […]

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