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  • Stop Smoking | American Lung Association


    Want to stop smoking or help a loved one quit? We're here for you every step of
    the way with tools, tips and support. The important thing is to keep trying to quit, ...

  • Smokefree.gov


    A free resource including quit coaches and quit plans supporting those wishing to
    quit smoking or chewing tobacco.

  • About Us - Learn more about Quit Smoking Community


    Quit Smoking Community is a virtual community that offers support and
    information for those trying to kick the deadliest habit in the world. Learn more

  • Stop Smoking Benefits Timetable - WhyQuit


    May 14, 2016 ... Once you stop smoking, how long will it take for your body to heal and for
    smoking related risks to decline to levels seen in non-smokers?

  • Guide To Quitting Smoking - American Cancer Society


    The US Surgeon General has said, “Smoking cessation [stopping smoking]
    represents the single most important step that smokers can take to enhance the ...

  • QuitDay.org — Vaping News, Reviews, and Much More!


    Join the thousands of ex-smokers and vapers in the biggest online vaping
    community. Featuring more than 500 ... More Vaping and Quit Smoking

  • Become An EX Smoker, Learn to Quit Smoking, Stop Smoking ...


    The EX Plan is a free program to teach you how to quit smoking. EX teaches you
    methods to stop smoking successfully. Become an ex-smoker.

  • Quit smoking - QuitNow! - Android Apps on Google Play


    Love to quit smoking for good? With QuitNow! you can do just that. QuitNow! is a
    community of over two million users that have quit smoking thanks to our app ...

  • What Happens When You Quit Smoking Timeline: 14 Surprising Facts


    Apr 19, 2016 ... We'll explain what happens to your body within minutes, hours, days, and months
    after you kick the smoking habit. The facts may surprise you.

  • CDC - How to Quit Smoking - Smoking & Tobacco Use


    Sep 15, 2016 ... Smoking remains the leading cause of preventable death and disease in the
    United States, killing more than 480,000 Americans each year.