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Cleveland Clinic: “Smoking.”
Swedish Cancer Institute: “Nicotine Dependence: How it Happens,” Your Toolbox to Quit Tobacco for Good.”
National Cancer Institute: “Clearing the Air.”
Quit and Stay Quit Mondays: “Use Deep Breathing to Get Through Cravings.”
KidsHealth: “How Can I Quit Smoking?”
American Cancer Society: “Quitting Smoking: Help for Cravings and Tough Situations.”
Foundation for a Tobacco Free World: “The Boilerplate Points of Quitting Smoking.”
Karina DiLuzio, certified tobacco treatment specialist, Allina Health, Minneapolis.
American Psychological Association: “The Exercise Effect.”
Smokefree.gov: “QuitSTART,” “Using Nicotine Replacement Therapy,” “Medications Can Help You Quit.”
Mayo Clinic: "Quit-smoking products: Boost your chance of success."
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