SMOKING CESSATION

It is never too late to quit. Smoking remains a leading cause of death in the US. Quitting can lead to overall improvement in the health of older adults, decrease the risk of COPD and other illnesses, less wrinkles, more energy, and more savings.

 

Contact Simple Health Education to help your older adult group be in control of their lives by learning the facts and health effects of smoking, the benefits of quitting smoking and opportunities for smoking cessation.

Simple Health Education

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Health Education for Older Adults and Caregivers of Older Adults