Are electronic cigarettes safe? Understand the health risks posed by e-cigarettes.
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Don't be afraid to use stop-smoking products to help you quit. Stop-smoking products are a legitimate way to handle withdrawal symptoms and tobacco cravings. Several types of nicotine-replacement products are available. Nicotine patches, gum and lozenges, are available over-the-counter. Nicotine nasal spray and the nicotine inhaler are available by prescription. In addition, two quit-smoking medications that don't contain nicotine are available by prescription. Talk to your health care provider about which stop-smoking products may be right for you.
Tobacco sticks heat tobacco instead of burning it, which makers claim is less harmful. In reality, there's no safe way to use tobacco.
Each time you resist a tobacco craving, you're one step closer to stopping tobacco use for good. Use these tips to fight off cravings.
Hookah smoking may be more harmful than smoking cigarettes. Find out why.
This animation illustrates how smoking changes your brain, causing nicotine addiction.
Understand the risks of using chewing tobacco, snuff, snus and other smokeless tobacco products.
Despite what you might think, cigars aren't that different from cigarettes. Like cigarettes, cigars contain nicotine, tobacco and cancer-causing chemicals.
Many quit-smoking products are available and using one or more can greatly increase your chance of success. Check out your options.