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Stop Smoking : Heal Your Body When You Stop Smoking

The body begins to heal itself almost immediately after a person stops smoking, and lung function increases in about one month after quitting. Find out how the risk of cancer goes down after someone quits smoking with help from a mission delivery manager and public health specialist in this free video on smoking cessation. Expert: Shelley Thomas Bio: Shelley Thomas joined the American Cancer Society in April of 2007 as a mission delivery manager covering nine counties. Filmmaker: Rendered Communications

Smoking is harder to quit for women

A new study has shown that male and female brains respond differently to nicotine. This has prompted scientists to rethink treatment programmes to help women give up smoking. Source www.aljazeera.com FAIR USE NOTICE: This video has been posted to further advance our understanding of environmental, political, human rights, economic, Technological, democratic, scientific, and social justice issues which constitutes a "fair use" of any such copyrighted material as provided for in section 107 of the US Copyright Law. In accordance with Title 17 USC Section 107 for research and educational purposes.

Earn Thousands of Dollars By Quitting Smoking

Everyone knows smoking is bad for them, and they even know theyll save money if they quit, but since more people who are poor smoke than more affluent people, quitting smoking can mean huge savings that can be directed to more worthy and fulfilling pursuits. And since smoking causes serious disease, as well as less severe chronic illnesses like colds, quitting smoking will also reduce the costs of treating various illnesses, and hopefully reverse any advancing diseases like Emphysema or Lung Cancer etc.

Quitting Smoking Can Be Done

Barbara Forbes, a former 3-pack-a-day smoker and nurse practitioner, speaks during a smoking cessation event that was held in March 2012. She leads the tobacco cessation workshops at the Vanderbilt Dayani Center. In this video, Barbara describes the short term and long term effects of smoking. She said that she wants everyone to know that it feels good to quit. Learn more about our Smoking Cessation and Prevention Workshop at the Vanderbilt Dayani Center: vanderbilthealth.com