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Resources to help you quit smoking.
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Quitting Smoking

"Quitting smoking is easy. I've done it a thousand times." 

- Mark Twain


Smoke-free Wisconsin

As of July 5, 2010, most indoor facilities in Wisconsin, including workplaces, restaurants, and bars are required to be 100% smoke free.  Visit Smoke-Free Wisconsin for more information.



Use the tabs above to find resources to help you quit smoking. Each tab introduces a range of resources from print to electronic but is not intended to be exhaustive. Please contact Martha Jermé if you have comments, questions or suggestions.


Why Quit?

  • Tobacco use causes cancer, heart disease, and lung diseases such as emphysema, bronchitis and chronic airway obstruction.
  • Cigarette smoking is responsible for about one in five deaths in the U.S. (more than 440,000 deaths per year).
  • An estimated 49,000 deaths and more than $10 billion in health care expenditures in the U.S. each year are the result of secondhand smoke exposure.
  • In the United States, cigarette smoking costs more than $193 billion annually.
  • On average, smokers die 10 years earlier than nonsmokers.
  • Smoking during pregnancy causes pregnancy complications, premature births, low birth weight infants, stillbirth and sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS.)


Smoking and Tobacco Use Fast Facts.  (2013, June 5.)  Retrieved December 19, 2013 from


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