Remember these 5 topics to make positive changes to the behaviors that contribute the most to your health and wellbeing. We all have areas in life that we need to improve. Take baby steps and focus on just one area at a time until you’ve learned the best way for you to make healthy choices.
November 16 is the American Cancer Society’s Great American Smokeout. Take time this month to formulate your quitting plan or help someone who wants to quit smoking. Since 2002, the number of former smokers has been greater than the number of current smokers. If you want to quit, you can be one of the good statistics! If you know someone who wants to quit, you can help that person become a statistic, too!
According to the US Center for Disease Control: Smoking remains the leading cause of preventable death and disease in the United States, killing more than 480,000 Americans each year. In 2014, CDC continued its national tobacco education campaign — Tips from Former Smokers — with hard-hitting new ads featuring secondary health conditions people may not […]