Cancer-prevention strategies

Concerned about cancer prevention? Put these cancer-prevention strategies to work for you.

Chewing tobacco

Create a quit-smoking plan

Having a plan to stop smoking or stop using other tobacco may help you quit for good. Here's how to put a quit-smoking plan in place.


Stressed out? Muscles ache? A massage might be what you need. But get the facts first.

Quit smoking strategies

Quitting smoking is hard, no question. Use these tried-and-true strategies to help you quit, and refer back to them as often as needed.

Quit smoking: Avoiding triggers

Quit smoking: Celebrate your successes

Quit smoking: Coping with cravings

Quit smoking: Creating a quit-smoking plan

Quit smoking: Don't give up

Quit smoking: Ease into it, if necessary

Quit smoking: Focus on today

Quit smoking: Getting physical

Quit smoking: Lining up support

Quit smoking: Managing your stress

Quit smoking: Pick a quit day

Quit smoking: Put your reasons on paper

Quit smoking: Surviving quit day

Quit smoking: Talk to your health care provider

Quit smoking: Try stop-smoking products

Quit-smoking products

Quitting smoking is hard. But the right medications can help you cope with cravings and withdrawal.

Quitting smoking

When you're trying to quit smoking, cravings can be powerful. Use these 10 strategies to help resist tobacco cravings.

Relaxation techniques

Secondhand smoke

Skin care tips

Stress management

When you identify unhealthy ways of reacting to stress, you can begin to control the stress, rather than letting it control you.

Stress symptoms

Aches and pains, irritability, and crying spells may have an unexpected source — stress. Recognize these and other signs and symptoms so that you can take action.

Support groups

Facing a major life change or a serious illness? Don't go it alone. A support group can connect you with others in the same boat.

Teen smoking

Teens who smoke are likely to turn into adults who smoke — but it doesn't have to turn out that way. Here's help.

April 04, 2014