now we're learning of a house fire in Phoenix last week that injured a Vietnam veteran. Dale Orman said his wife quit smoking just a few months ago with the help of "Smokin T" e-cigarettes. He said that same device ended up nearly taking
An electronic cigarette fire at a Phoenix apartment Monday night has prompted a Valley man to quit smoking all together.
tobacco free. The colleges and universities have gone tobacco free to protect their students, faculty and visitors from the health hazards of secondhand smoke . Copyright2013 CBS 5 (KPHO Broadcasting Corporation). All rights reserved.
environment." The district is also offering on-campus smoking cessation classes and access to nicotine replacement therapies ..... state's ASHLINE, which offers a supply of no-cost nicotine patches for those who qualify. For more information on quitting
Arizona health officials said more smokers are kicking the habit. Thursday marks five years since the Smoke Free Arizona Act was born. It prohibits smoking in most enclosed places. The Arizona Department Health said since the act, roughly 230,000 people have quit using tobacco and there's been a 25 percent drop in smoking. Copyright 2012 CBS 5 (Meredith Corporation). All rights
but he said not smoking anything is always best. "There may be a potential that it may help people who are trying to quit smoking , but we do not have a lot of data in this regards to support this," he said. Phemister said while he agrees more
Most smokers in the U.S. want to quit , but many aren't getting the help they need. According ..... to the Centers for Disease control, 70 percent of smokers would like to kick the habit . But less than half of them get counseling with medications
include "WARNING: Smoking can kill you," "WARNING: Tobacco smoke causes fatal lung disease in nonsmokers," and "WARNING ..... comes after a 2004 study conducted in Canada that showed smokers were more likely to quit as a result of the graphic labels. The Family Smoking Prevention
Everyone knows the dangers of cigarette smoking , and what it can do to your lungs. But what about smoking marijuana? Researchers in California found that study participants