Want to stop smoking-here’s how

  • Jan. 2, 2008 6:00 a.m.

Submitted article–On Tuesday Jan. 15, there’ll be a group medical appointment for people who are ready to quit smoking within the month of January. A maximum of 12 clients will be invited to a free lunch starting at 12:30 pm at the QC clinic lounge. Following the meal, there will be a group medical appointment from 1:30 pm to 3:00 pm, to help clients get ready for their quit day. A group of health professionals including physician and nurses plus your peers will be on hand to assist you in developing an effective quit plan. There are 2 keys to successful quitting which are commitment and preparation. Bring your commitment with you and we can help with the preparation. Different combinations of quit tools work for different people. Find out what combination of tools will work for you to combat both the physical and the psychological addiction of smoking. Quitting Smoking is the number #1 thing you can do to improve your health! Please call the QC Medical Clinic to register at 559-4447 and bring any medications with you to the appointment.

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