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'Formaldehyde in E-cigs' study a HOAX but still published in New England Journal of Medicine

By Wells: (NaturalNews) It was all a scare tactic to keep smokers away from electronic cigarettes. It was a marketing strategy to retain market share for Big Tobacco. Here's how it went down. Some Portland State University scientists published a "peer-reviewed" letter in the New England Journal of Medicine (NEJM) summarizing a study on e-cigarettes that said the vapors contain formaldehyde. In fact, "High Levels of Formaldehyde Hidden in E-Cigarettes" was the headline at NBC.com.

You resolved to stop smoking cigarettes for 2015 - Now stick to your guns!

By Wilson: (NaturalNews) No time to waste here. Buy at least three of the top seven superfoods. Buy spring water. Buy organic chocolate. The "New Year" has begun, according to that popular calendar, and anybody who promised themselves to quit smoking really, really wants to quit, like you. So you step up to the plate and you're ready to hit a home run. Willpower is your aluminum bat. A specific natural remedy is your perfect pitch. Your simple, methodical actions now will dictate if that ball goes "over the fence" when you swing your bat. Today is the first day of the rest of your life...

Seventy percent of American smokers want to quit

By Wells: (NaturalNews) Outside the office buildings they huddle in the cold. Away from the dinner parties they're "isolated" and some of them ashamed of themselves for still being engulfed by the habit. Like outcasts, the pariahs gather and inhale -- hold -- exhale 7,000 chemicals through a long white tube of paper full of tobacco and loaded with a short-term stimulant -- the second most addictive kind on the planet. "Gluttons for punishment" -- the non-smokers may call them. They know what they're doing to their bodies.

Smokers three times less likely to light up if they consume fruits and vegetables


"We may have identified a new tool that can help people quit smoking," says Jeffrey P. Haibach, MPH, research author and graduate research assistant in the University at Buffalo Department of Community Health and Health Behavior.

This is the weekend you quit smoking!


What if you could look back at a particular day, or say a weekend, and remember that it was the weekend you quit that awful habit of inhaling chemicals. What if you could name the day, the time, even the minute when you learned exactly how to quit and you did it? Would that not be a moment to remember forever, the weekend you extended your life by 10 to 20 years?

Top five things to do when you quit smoking


If you smoke a pack a day, you spend about $1,500 every year, and two packs a day is over $3,000. That is not to mention medical bills, dental bills, cleaning bills, teeth whiteners, allergy medications, cold and flu remedies and so on. So, big deal, right? You've heard it before. Well, it is a big deal, because a couple grand could get you doing a lot of things that you otherwise will not do, wouldn't do, can't do or just simply put off. Plus, without the 4,000 chemicals in your lungs and bloodstream, the pleasure of vacations, hobbies, sports, romance and just plain living are enhanced exponentially, and the reward of a healthy body is a healthy mind. So let's start this off right, before New Year's, and you can walk into 2014 as a non-smoker who's planning amazing events and activities that have everything to do with taking advantage of the NEW YOU. Just think, with the money you won't be spending on cigarettes anymore, you will have the resources to do some amazing things.