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During the month of January, Tobacco Free Nebraska is offering some extra help for Nebraskans who want to quit tobacco. A free, two-week supply of nicotine replacement gum, patches or lozenges is available by calling 1-800-QUIT-NOW. Offer available while supplies last!

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The Nebraska Tobacco Quitline is available to help people who want to quit any kind of tobacco—including chew! Throughout this week we will share a variety of programs and resources available. To start your quit plan, call 1-800-QUIT-NOW.
#QuitTipTuesday #ThroughWithChew

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As you reflect on the events of Random Act of Kindness Week, did you notice that doing good for others boosted your mood? That kind of feeling can help you on your journey to a smoke-free life. Try leaving a big tip today...do good to feel good. Comment to share your acts or thoughts from the week! #RAK #QuitStory

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It’s Random Act of Kindness Week! Technology is great, but it's still fun to get mail. Try sending a friend a letter as one of your random acts of kindness this week. You can even keep the pen and paper on you and add a few lines every time you have a craving. #RAK

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Becoming smoke-free can be difficult, but having a loved one’s support can make all the difference. If you’re both trying to quit, lean on each other when the going gets tough. For help quitting, call 1-800-QUIT-NOW. #ValentinesDay

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Happy Random Act of Kindness Week! Have you ever thought about what doing good for others can do for you? The mood boost that comes with random acts of kindness can help you on your journey to a smoke-free life. #RAK #ValentinesDay

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This week is Random Act of Kindness Week! A random act of kindness doesn't have to be big. Be supportive and give someone who needs it a smoke-free hug. You'll smell nice when you do it, too. #RAK

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“Try seeing your glass half full! Focusing on the positive can help you when cravings are tough.” Thank you smoke-free Pam for the words of wisdom. She continues, "Make a list of all you have to GAIN! Read the list every day! Don't give up, you got this!"

The Quitline is currently offering free nicotine replacement therapy to qualified callers. For help getting started, call 1-800-QUIT-NOW. #QuitStory

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In Nebraska, from 2013-2015, there were 20 civilian injuries and 15 firefighter injuries that were a result of smoking-related fires. For National Burn Awareness Week, consider making your home or vehicle smoke-free. Smoke-free policies significantly reduce the risk for fire-damage. #NBAW2018

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The Nebraska Tobacco Quitline is a valuable resource for those wanting to quit tobacco. For a limited time, the Quitline is offering FREE nicotine replacement therapy to qualified callers. For more information call 1-800-QUIT-NOW or visit QuitNow.ne.gov. #QuitTip

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One out of every 3 cancer deaths in the U.S. is linked to smoking. Want to quit? We can help. Call 1-800-QUIT-NOW. #WorldCancerDay

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When you begin your journey to a smoke-free life, you may notice some changes immediately. This infographic from SmokefreeUS shows possible highlights to your quit story. For help getting started call 1-800-QUIT-NOW. #QuitStory

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Smoking damages the heart and blood vessels very quickly, but the damage is repaired quickly for most smokers who stop smoking. Even people who smoke fewer than five cigarettes a day show signs of early states of heart disease. #WearRedDay

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Remember if plan A doesn’t work, there are 25 other letters in the alphabet! #QuitTipTuesday

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“One thing that worked for me was only quitting one day at a time. If I thought about not smoking for the rest of my life, I’d totally freak out. So I decided to not smoke for the day, and told myself if I wanted to smoke tomorrow so be it, but today I won’t. As each day came to an end, I felt proud of myself for not smoking that day! The next morning, same thing…it has worked for me. I am 4 years smoke-free.” –Smoke-free Kathy #QuitStory

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January is Cervical Cancer Awareness Month. Smoking can not only cause cervical cancer, it can also interfere with life-saving cancer treatment. Ready to quit? Call 1-800-QUIT-NOW for help.

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Stay motivated to quit smoking by keeping reminders in places you see often. Whether you’re quitting for your health or for your loved ones. You can do this! #QuitTipTuesday

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