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  1. Smoking Triggers
  2. Quitting Smoking Provides questions to help you learn why you use tobacco. Discusses the benefits of quitting and offers strategies for quitting. Explains nicotine dependence and offers link to info on nicotine replacement therapy.
  3. Quitting Smoking Provides links to info about quitting smoking. Includes links for getting support, helping others quit, using medicines, cravings and withdrawal, and the effect smoking has on a smoker's lifespan.
  4. Smoking: Problems With Pregnancy
  5. Track Your Smoking
  6. Smoking Fewer Cigarettes
  7. Quit-Smoking Programs
  8. Smoking and Stroke Risk
  9. Breathing Smoke or Fumes
  10. Bupropion (Zyban) for Quitting Smoking Discusses bupropion (Zyban or Wellbutrin), medicine to help you quit smoking by reducing your craving for tobacco. Covers how well it works and side effects. Also covers risks related to taking bupropion.
  11. Quitting Smoking and Avoiding Smoke During Pregnancy
  12. Varenicline (Chantix) for Quitting Smoking Discusses varenicline (Chantix), medicine that helps people quit smoking. Explains that it blocks the effect of nicotine and helps with cravings and withdrawal symptoms. Covers side effects and risks if you have depression or bipolar disorder.
  13. Smoking: Heart Attack and Stroke Risks
  14. Smoking: Sexual and Reproductive Problems
  15. Smoking: Health Risk for Family Members
  16. Risks of Smoking Cigars and Pipes
  17. Smoking: Choosing a Good Time to Quit
  18. Quitting Smoking: Your Social Life
  19. Smoking and Coronary Artery Disease
  20. COPD: Take This Chance to Quit Smoking Find motivation to quit by comparing what you tell yourself about smoking and what the facts are.
  21. COPD: Time to Decide About Smoking Learn how continuing to smoke will affect your COPD symptoms.
  22. Quitting Smoking: The Rewards Start Now Learn some of the many immediate and long-term health benefits of quitting smoking.
  23. Quitting Smoking: Dealing With a Slip-Up Learn how to assess the things that led to a slip-up and get back on track with quitting.
  24. Comparing Stop-Smoking Medicines
  25. Quitting Smoking: Medicines to Help With Cravings Learn about products and medicines that can take the edge off nicotine cravings.
  26. Beat Your Smoking Triggers Learn how to replace the urge to smoke with a healthier substitute.
  27. Quitting Smoking: Coping With Cravings and Withdrawal
  28. Quitting Smoking: Dealing With Weight Gain Discusses how to deal with weight gain after you've quit smoking. Covers creating a plan before quitting to make weight control easier. Offers tips for avoiding weight gain.
  29. Ned's Story: Quitting Smoking
  30. Quitting Smoking: Getting Support
  31. Quitting Smoking: Helping Someone Quit
  32. Quitting Smoking: Temptations and Cravings
  33. Quitting Smoking: Preventing Slips or Relapses
  34. Nate's Story: Sick of Smoking
  35. Quitting Smoking: How Family and Friends Can Help
  36. Quitting Smoking: How Support Groups Can Help
  37. Quit Smoking: How Medicines Can Help Learn how other people quit smoking by using nicotine replacement and other medicines.
  38. Quit Smoking: Keep Your Social Life Hear how four people kept their friends and sense of self when they quit smoking.
  39. Quit Smoking: How to Tell Your Friends Practice talking to your smoking friends about your decision to quit.
  40. COPD: Try a New Quit-Smoking Strategy Hear how one man with COPD finally quit after many years of smoking.
  41. How Secondhand Smoke Affects Your Child Learn how breathing secondhand smoke can affect your child's health.
  42. Linda's Story: Quitting Smoking Lowers My Risk
  43. Quitting Smoking: It May Take Many Tries Learn why starting to smoke again is just one step on the road to quitting for good.
  44. Quitting Smoking: Have Your Own Reason Learn why it matters that your reason for quitting comes from inside you.
  45. Quitting Smoking: Medicines Increase Success Rates Learn how medicine can double or triple your chances of stopping smoking.
  46. Interactive Tool: How Does Smoking Affect Your Lifespan? Interactive tool that helps you estimate the impact smoking will have on your lifespan. Provides links to info on quitting tobacco use and a decision tool to determine whether you're ready to quit smoking.
  47. Interactive Tool: How Much Is Smoking Costing You? Interactive tool helps you calculate how much money you have spent on cigarettes in the past and how much you will spend on them in the future if you keep smoking. Offers link to more extensive info on quitting tobacco use.
  48. Quitting Smoking: Should I Use Medicine? Guides through decision to use medicine to quit smoking. Lists benefits and risks. Discusses varenicline (Chantix), bupropion (Zyban), and nicotine replacement products such as patches, gum, and inhalers. Includes interactive tool to help you decide.
  49. Interactive Tool: Are You Ready to Quit Smoking? Interactive tool measures your readiness to quit smoking. Helps you identify the stage of change that you're in. Offers questions to help you think about what to do next. Includes link to more extensive info on quitting tobacco use.
  50. Nancy's Story: Quitting Smoking Takes More Than Willpower
  51. John's Story: Crossing the Smoke-Free Finish Line
  52. Smoking in Cancer Care (PDQ®): Supportive care - Health Professional Information [NCI]
  53. Smoking in Cancer Care (PDQ®): Supportive care - Patient Information [NCI]
  54. Interactive Tool: How Does Smoking Increase Your Risk of Heart Attack? Interactive tool shows how smoking increases your chance of having a heart attack in the next 10 years.
  55. Cigarette Smoking: Health Risks and How to Quit (PDQ®): Prevention - Health Professional Information [NCI]
  56. Cigarette Smoking: Health Risks and How to Quit (PDQ®): Prevention - Patient Information [NCI]
  57. Marijuana
  58. Quick Tips: What to Do When You Crave Nicotine
  59. Nicotine and the Brain Learn why nicotine makes it hard to quit smoking and how it can be overcome.
  60. Nicotine Replacement Therapy for Quitting Tobacco Discusses nicotine replacement therapy to quit smoking. Describes how it works and why it is used. Covers nicotine gum and lozenges, nicotine patches, and nicotine inhaler. Discusses side effects of each method.
  61. Carbon Monoxide Alarms
  62. Heart Attack and Stroke in Women: Reducing Your Risk Covers risk of heart disease and stroke in women. Lists things that increase risk. Lists prevention steps, such as diet, exercise, not smoking, managing cholesterol and blood pressure, and making decisions on birth control and hormone therapy.
  63. History and Physical Exam for COPD Asks about symptoms, smoking, and personal and family history of respiratory disease. Exam includes checking weight and height, and listening to heart and lungs. Includes checking fingers, legs, and feet for swelling. Explains risk factors.
  64. Brain Aneurysm Briefly discusses brain aneurysm (also called cerebral aneurysm). Covers possible causes, including hardening of the arteries, hypertension, and smoking. Lists symptoms. Discusses treatment with surgery. Links to info on strokes.
  65. Colon Polyps Discusses colon polyps. Covers causes and symptoms. Covers screening tests such as fecal occult blood test (FOBT) and colonoscopy. Looks at treatment choices. Covers risks. Offers prevention tips like staying at a healthy weight, limiting alcohol, and quitting smoking.
  66. Ectopic Pregnancy Discusses ectopic pregnancy (tubal pregnancy), a condition where a fertilized egg grows outside of the uterus. Covers tests and treatments. Discusses complications, including fallopian tube damage. Covers risk factors like smoking, PID, or tubal ligation.
  67. Lung Cancer Discusses causes of lung cancer, including smoking and exposure to asbestos or radon. Covers symptoms and how lung cancer is diagnosed. Covers treatment with surgery, chemotherapy, and radiation therapy. Includes info on palliative care.
  68. Osteoporosis Covers causes and symptoms of osteoporosis in women. Looks at treatment with medicine. Includes steps to slow bone loss with exercise, eating healthy foods, and quitting smoking. Covers protecting yourself from falling to prevent broken bones.
  69. Oral Cancer
  70. Electronic Cigarettes
  71. COPD (Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease) Discusses causes and symptoms of COPD. Looks at chronic bronchitis and emphysema, two diseases that are usually a part of COPD. Covers quitting smoking. Includes treatment with bronchodilators and inhaled corticosteroids. Offers home treatment tips.
  72. Prehypertension Covers blood pressure that is higher than normal, which could lead to high blood pressure. Looks at lowering blood pressure with diet, exercise, and quitting smoking. Includes following the DASH diet to lower blood pressure.
  73. Nicotine Gum
  74. See Yourself as a Nonsmoker Imagine your life without cigarettes.
  75. Making Your Change Happen
  76. Parent or Smoker: How Does Your Child See You? Get motivated to quit by thinking about the example you are setting for your child.
  77. Making a Change That Matters
  78. Not Ready for Change?
  79. Thinking About a Change?
  80. Planning for a Change That Matters
  81. Keeping Change Going—Your New Normal
  82. Teen Smokers: Reasons to Quit
  83. Nicotine Patches
  84. Nicotine Inhaler
  85. Quitting Smokeless Tobacco
  86. Tobacco Use in Teens
  87. Nicotine Tests
  88. Comparing Nicotine Replacement Methods
  89. Smoker's Cough: What Do You Tell Yourself? Learn what many people tell themselves about a cough that won't go away.
  90. COPD: Keeping Your Quality of Life Learn how you can stay as active and healthy as possible with COPD.
  91. Health Risks Related to Smokeless Tobacco
  92. bupropion
  93. Substance Abuse: Dealing With Teen Substance Use Discusses teen use of alcohol and other harmful or illegal substances. Covers the effects and consequences substance abuse has on a teen's life, including physical and emotional health. Includes info on how to recognize and deal with teen substance abuse.
  94. Carbon Monoxide Poisoning: Protecting Your Home
  95. Depression: Should My Child Take Medicine to Treat Depression? Guides you through deciding whether your child should take medicines for depression. Offers reasons for and against. Covers side effects, including possible increase in suicidal thoughts. Includes interactive tool to help you make your decision.

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