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Arizonans have the 12th best levels of lung health in America (study)

Study ranks locations based on smoking rates and pollution levels over 5 years Yavapai county emerged in position #1; Pinal came last The Lung Institute, a source for pulmonary information for better lung health, including disease prevention and management, commissioned a national study to establish a ranking of lung health across America, over a five-year

Opinion

Opinion: The FDA’s Tobacco and Nicotine Policy Is in Disarray – Inside Sources

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA), led at the time by then-Commissioner Scott Gottlieb, published a regulatory plan in July 2017 to reduce tobacco-related disease and death. Gottlieb proudly announced that “envisioning a world where cigarettes would no longer create or sustain addiction, and where adults who still need or want nicotine could get it from

Hypnotically Speaking

Hypnotically Speaking

In an article written by Hannah Simmons for Modern Health Central she asks, “What do Matt Damon, Drew Barrymore, Ben Affleck, Charlize Theron and Ellen DeGeneres all have in common? They quit smoking using hypnotherapy. Celebrities have discovered the effective results of hypnotherapy and have used it to conquer their own smoking habits.” Simmons cites results compiled

Wildfires

Wildfire Prevention is Everyone’s Responsibility

The Prescott National Forest wants to remind our visitors about the importance of campfire safety and your part in preventing human-caused wildland fires. Warmer temperatures and spring winds are increasing fire danger across Arizona. Please be vigilant of the high winds and rising temperatures and avoid using anything with an open flame or a spark. 

Health

Smoking – and How Fear Gets in the Way of Quitting

It’s a new year and this year more than ever is a good time to quit smoking with the risk of COVID-19 lurking around. It’s a harsh reality that if you’re a smoker you’re more likely to get acute respiratory infections and have a higher risk of those infections becoming severe. There’s never been a