Monthly Archives: October 2015

October Observances 2015

As the month of October winds down, there are so many observances for the month that need to be mentioned. One of the most widely observed health campaigns for October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month. The campaign was founded … Continue reading

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Red Ribbon Week 2015

Red Ribbon Week has evolved as a means to change behavior of our youth and have them remain free of all drugs, including tobacco. Continue reading

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World Arthritis Day 2015

There are drugs that can control your RA and decrease your joint damage, but smoking also decreases the effectiveness of these drugs. Continue reading

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2015 Fire Prevention Week

What can you do to protect your home and family from house fires if you are a smoker? Continue reading

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Trinkets and Trash September News

The tobacco industry is constantly trying to reinvent itself, and everyone is their target. Continue reading

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Flavored Tobacco Use is Up Among Youth

But that didn’t mean flavored products disappeared from store shelves. Continue reading

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