Looking for a sign it's time to quit? [Infographic]
by Brandpoint (ARA) Sponsored Content
Jan 05, 2014 | 15454 views | 0 0 comments | 69 69 recommendations | email to a friend | print
Each January, people pledge to make healthy lifestyle choices in the New Year, and for many, it means making a commitment to quit smoking. While many smokers choose to quit with the goal of becoming healthier, a lesser-known outcome of quitting smoking is that it can also make people happier. One study shows that seventy percent of ex-smokers say they are happier after quitting than when they smoked. Sponsorship to Quit, a new quit-smoking program, is asking America to take to social media and share their top reason for quitting smoking in 2014 using #STQuit.






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