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A Harvard Medical School Guide: Quit Smoking for Good

Ever since the Surgeon General first warned of smoking’s dangers in 1964, fewer and fewer people are lighting up. Still, nearly one in five adults is a smoker. Most smokers start when they are teenagers. By adulthood, three-quarters of smokers want to quit. Each year, nearly half of smokers try to kick the habit, but stress, socializing, and the addictive property of nicotine often get in the way. The average person attempts to…

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