Stop Smoking

Did you know


a pack is not the only cost of cigarette smoking- it also cost more than $193 billion in lost productivity and health care expenses.

Smoking is one of the rare things in life when it’s ok to be a quitter. In fact, it’s more than ok; it could add years to a person’s life.* It’s not easy to quit and may take a few tries, but it can be done. About 70% of smokers want to quit.* If those people are in your workforce, why not give them information and tools they can use to become smoke-free?

* Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Smoking & Tobacco Use: Fast Facts (2011):


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