You may not consider yourself a smoker. But if you have an occasional cigarette when hanging out with friends or to relieve stress, you're more likely to develop cancer and other tobacco-related diseases. Get tips to avoid social smoking.
The Wingman: Someone who agrees to be available to help distract the smoker from smoking
Smoking can increase your risk for cancer and other diseases, like heart disease. Speaking with your doctor about tobacco cessation is a great first step to help you quit. Click through to read the five questions you should ask your doctor about quitting smoking. #endcancer
Struggling to quit smoking, or know someone who is? Common myths about kicking the habit could be keeping you or a loved one from quitting smoking for good. Get the skinny on 8 common tobacco and smoking myths.