Most smokers want to quit, but don't know how


Smokers are used to being told the dangers of smoking, but have far less information on how to actually quit. — Filepic

As we stare at the increasing death rates from Covid-19, it is worth reminding ourselves that tobacco remains a bigger killer with more than eight million people dying as a consequence of both direct and secondhand smoke.

Half of all smokers die as a consequence of their addiction.

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