Women face different challenges when they quit smoking

12/17/2008 | Reuters

Women who want to stop smoking may face more troublesome withdrawal symptoms and need different interventions than men but can be successful if they find the right help, Mayo Clinic experts say. Key steps to quitting include setting a quit date or time frame, getting professional help, using a pharmaceutical smoking-cessation aid, and having support from at least one friend or family member, the experts say.

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