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February 20, 2014

Smoking Myth: If I stop smoking, I will gain weight.

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Fact: If you substitute eating for the oral gratification that smoking gives you, you will gain weight. If you eat healthy and exercise you will not gain weight. Education and counseling can establish a program for you that may help you lose 5 to 10 pounds and increase your stamina, lung capacity and stabilize your weight. The University Health Center offers FREE support and Smoking Cessation resources to students, faculty, and staff. The Smoking Cessation Program features: " Nicotine replacement therapies, Nicorette GumĀ® and nicotine patch " Acupuncture (optional, up to 5 free treatments) " Stress management counseling and Meditation techniques " Tobacco cessation counseling/support Contact the University Health Center Tobacco Cessation Specialist, Edie Anderson (301) 314-9629 for more information. {Will appear in FYI on Feb 20, 2014
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Call (301) 314-9629 to schedule an appointment.
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Health Center
Web Address:
http://www.health.umd.edu/quitsmoking
Other Contact Information:
Edie Anderson University Health Center +1 301 314 9629 EAnderson@health.umd.edu www.health.umd.edu


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