Some people can wake up one morning, decide they are going to quit smoking and stop cold turkey. Then there are others who have tried every solution ten times over and still can’t kick the habit. It turns out that the ability to quit smoking could... Read More
HUD Plans to Enforce Smoking Ban
The Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) is hopeful that it is getting closer to enforcing a 100% smoke-free policy in the nation’s 1.2 million housing units. It began in 2009 when HUD encouraged public housing agencies to consider... Read More
American Smoking Rate Hits New All-Time Low
A 2015 survey conducted by the U.S Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) indicates that smoking rates amongst adults is down two percentage points since this time last year. Adult smoking has hit an all-time low. The survey indicates that... Read More
What’s Causing Cigarette Smoking to “Burn Out” in America?
Traditional smoking, which was once portrayed in the movies as the “cool” thing to do, may not be as popular in the United States as it has been in the past. According to the 2015 National Health Interview Survey from the Centers for Disease... Read More