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Despite decline in usage, smoking remains a major health hazard
November 15, 2019
— During Tobacco Awareness Month in November, Joint Base San Antonio health professionals address the dangers of smoking by providing outreach via information tables at facilities such as the JBSA-Lackland Commissary, Wilford Hall Ambulatory Surgical Center and JBSA medical clinics....
Cigarettes are the leading cause of home fire fatalities
August 7, 2019
— According to the National Fire Prevention Association, cigarettes are the leading cause of home fire fatalities in the United States. From hot ashes dumped into the garbage to a cigarette falling on to a couch cushion, carelessly discarded smoking materials kills 700 to 900 people, smokers and nonsmokers alike, per year. ...
Freedom Quit Line offers cigarette smokers tools to kick their habit
November 30, 2018
— TRICARE beneficiaries around the world who smoke cigarettes and want to quit now have another source to help them. ...
Getting off tobacco road leads to renewed relief
September 25, 2018
— I always thought about quitting smoking. I hated the taste, the smell on my clothes, the constant coughing and belabored breathing. But I thought it made me feel better emotionally — even though I felt worse physically....
Smoking materials can be a deadly household menace
August 1, 2018
— A deadly menace to any household is fire, which can result in injuries or death. It can strike anywhere or at any time. Home is the place where we are supposed to feel the safest. But home is where most smoking materials, structure fires, deaths and injuries occur. ...