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The majority of smokers would like to stop smoking, and each year, about half try to quit permanently. Most smokers will need to make multiple attempts before they are able to quit permanently, and they will need your guidance.

Over the past year and a half many organizations, including the American Cancer Society, the American Lung Association, MD Anderson Cancer Center, the American College of Preventive Medicine, the North American Quitline Consortium, the American Academy of Pediatrics, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and many more have worked together to create a repository of resources on youth ce

It is essential to select a quit-smoking program that people will actually use.

NIDA for Teens presents Mind Matters: The Body's Response to Nicotine, Tobacco and Vaping.

Click here to see Truth Initiative's 11 reasons why confronting youth tobacco use is mo

The CDC has come out with updated "Tips From Former Smokers."  Click here for real stories and videos about individuals living with smoking related illnesses.