Each day, we become a little bit more
conscious of our surroundings. Whether we even notice the shift, or
whether we act upon our new awareness, is an individual choice.
And sometimes, this sudden change may
lead to an epiphany - a catalyst to bring about what is needed to help
That was the case with Nathan and
Karen, founders of the Quit Smoking Community.
Having experienced the death of a loved
one from lung cancer, they were inspired to provide assistance by
building a resource community.
Knowing that Information comes first in
the attempt to give up unhealthy habits, Nathan and Karen created this
community. It aims to be of support through data related to cigarettes
use and their hazards to health.
This resource site is now widely used
by various other organizations on the war against smoking related
Visit the Quit Smoking Community's
Posted on 1/30/2017
Submitted by: Margaret Smith
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