Basic Consumer Health Information about Nicotine Addiction and Smoking Cessation, Featuring Facts about the Health Effects of Tobacco Use, Including Lung and Other Cancers, Heart Disease, Stroke, and Respiratory Disorders, Such as Emphysema and Chronic Bronchitis Along with Information about Smoking Prevention Programs, Suggestions for Achieving and Maintaining a Smoke-Free Lifestyle, Statistics about Tobacco Use, Reports on Current Research Initiatives, a Glossary of Related Terms, and Directories of Resources for Additional Help and Information.You can talk to your doctor about how to use it and how long to use it. Nicotine Gum Directions for use: The gum must be chewed in a special way to make it work. Chew it slowly until you notice a apepperya taste. Then stop chewing and moveanbsp;...
|Title||:||Smoking Concerns Sourcebook|
|Publisher||:||Omnigraphics Incorporated - 2004-01-01|