Quitting Tobacco

Meet Rebecca: A Former Smoker Who Experienced Depression

 

SmartQuit App Click here to listen about it.

 

 

For the Tennessee Tobacco QuitLine Click Here or on image above

 

 

 

For the Tennessee Tobacco Cessation Directory Click Here or on Image above

 

Behavioral Health and Wellness Program-University of Colorado School of Medicine-Anschutz Medical Campus Tobacco Free Program Click here

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RESOURCES FOR FURTHER RESEARCH:

           http;//www.prevent.org

 

Center for Disease Control and Prevention [CDC]. (2008). Smoking-attributable mortality, years of potential life lost, and productivity losses-United States, 2000-2004. MMWR, 57.

Fiore, M. C., Jaén, C. R., Baker, T. B., Bailey, W. C., Benowitz, N. L, Curry, S. J.,… & Wewers, M. E. (2008). Treating tobacco use and dependence: 2008 update US public health service clinical practice guideline executive summary. Respir Care, 53(9), 1217-1222.

King, B., Dube, S., Kaufmann, R., Shaw, L, & Pechacek, T. (2011). Vital signs: Current cigarette smoking among adults aged greater than or equal to 18 Years- United States, 2005-2010. Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report, 60(35).

King, B., Dube, S., Tynan, M. (2012). Current tobacco use among adults in the United States: Findings from the national adult tobacco survey. American Journal of Public Health 102(11), 93-100.

Shafey O, Eriksen M, Ross H, & Mackay, J. (2009). Health Risks. The Tobacco Atlas. (pp. 35) Atlanta, Georgia: American Cancer Society.

U.S. Department of Health and Human Services [USDHHS]. (2010). How tobacco smoke causes disease: The biology and behavioral basis for smoking -attributable disease. Retrieved from, http://www.surgeongeneral.gov/library/tobaccosmoke/report/chapter4.pdf

 

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