Children of Smokers

Joe and Sue (fictitious names) didn't want their children to smoke. They knew the terrible cost of smoking firsthand: increased sick days at work, the high monetary cost of smoking, the smell, and the social pressure from people who don't smoke. Joe tried to stop smoking on several occasions. He used the patch, hypnosis, cold... Continue Reading →

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