You tried your best. You ate all the vitamin C. You washed your hands. And somehow you still got a cold. Tis the season after all. Whether it's got you or someone you love, it's time to get ready for one of the less pleasant parts of this time of year.
Molly didn’t believe someone her age could get lung cancer. After smoking for only 10 years, at the age of 30. Molly was diagnosed with stage 4 lung cancer. Molly started smoking as a young teenage with friends. Her aunts, uncles, grandparents and cousins all smoked as well. Smoking was a familiar environment for Molly.
Lorene is telling her story of losing Gary (her husband) to lung cancer that had spread to his brain. Gary Sandifur, died at the age of 51 from smoking-related illnesses. Gary, who had smoked all of his life, had promised Lorene and his family that he would quit smoking on his 50th birthday. Before turning 50, however, he began experiencing headaches and dizziness. He visited a doctor for testing
Rene’ Hicks, a nationally known comedian , was diagnosed in 2001 with lung cancer. Her lungs had the characteristics of a long-time smoker, but Rene’ never smoked a day in her life. That is understandable when you consider that people who work in bars, night clubs and restaurants that allow smoking have a 30 percent higher rate of lung cancer and 30 percent higher rate of heart disease as compared
As I was standing outside of the Circle K today for a Mt Dew Summer Splashdown Stop, our intern, Kyle, asked me how the quitting smoking has been going. To be honest, I haven't really put a whole lot of thought into how long it's been since I've had a cigarette last. Every once in a while, when someone asks me about it, I'll check my QuitNTell App on my IPhone... Which is precisely what I did when
I am about to start day #13 of being a non-smoker. I've got to tell you that this is a lot harder than I would have even imagined. I haven't caved. I haven't cheated. I haven't smoked since I put them down, but boy have I caught myself wanting one...