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HealthYou'd go crazy if you tried to keep track of all the days, weeks and months named to commemorate all the ill health conditions out there -- not that they're unworthy. But there is one among all others that promotes a solution that would lead directly to...
With state cigarette taxes to more than double Sunday, experts say some smokers might quit, some will shop elsewhere and some will just pay the extra fee. Earlier this month Gov. Pat Quinn signed a package of bills into law that will slash health care...
Tags: Illinois Governor, Pat Quinn, Medicaid
South Bend TribuneSOUTH BEND -- The day Regina West, 53, had her last cigarette last month, her 3-year-old granddaughter picked out a new dress for her at Good Will as a way to say congratulations. The South Bend woman had her first cigarette at 18, and is now about 45...
Thanks to sponsors, participants in Donut Alley event To the editor: The second annual Krumpe’s Donut Alley Rally 5K on Friday, Aug. 10, 2012, surpassed all of our expectations with 584 participants, raising $9,012.94 for the Wounded Warrior...
ST. JOSEPH COUNTY -- If you're a smoker and you've been waiting for the right time to quit -- today might be a good day. Thursday is the American Cancer Society's Great American Smokeout -- which encourages people who smoke to make a promise to stop. ...
Jessamine County Health DepartmentDon’t be a statistic — we can help. One in every five deaths (443,000 people annually) is a direct result of tobacco use. The single most important thing you can do for your health and the health of others is to quit using tobacco. Studies...
Tags: Substance Abuse, Health Treatments
Quit smoking and you're eliminating a habit that contributes to countless unnecessary deaths each year from an array of diseases including leading killers, heart disease and cancer. The American Cancer Society invites smokers to quit for JUST ONE DAY...
Q: I own and occupy an office condominium in a professional building. One of the unit owners smokes in his unit. The smoke comes into the hallway and into adjacent units. Needless to say, it is nauseating, bothersome and unacceptable. The board, of which...
Lung cancer is still a top killer of Hoosiers in Indiana. Health officials announced Friday that it is the leading cause of cancer deaths. About 4,000 people die each year, and about 5m200 new cases of lung cancer are diagnosed. November is Lung...
email@example.comWashington County Commissioner Jeff Cline issued a proclamation, and a panel of experts discussed the dangers of tobacco and how the tobacco industry operates during World No Tobacco Day Thursday afternoon. “I’ve seen family members and...
Gov. Martin O’Malley is looking for ways to trim his workforce – not the number of people, but their waistlines. The administration has launched a wellness program aimed at state workers. The governor known for his statistical analysis of...
When the door to Donald Hopper's garage rolled up, it revealed a scene out of Car and Driver. A mint, cherry-red convertible built in the mid-'60s was parked atop a gleaming black-and-white checkered floor — a giant racing flag. Hopper said it was...
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