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How to Quit Smoking

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How to Quit Smoking
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Reading Level
     edHelper's suggested reading level:   grades 4 to 6
     Flesch-Kincaid grade level:   7.83

Vocabulary
     challenging words:    addictive, antidepressant, antismoking, behavioral, bupropin, craving, helping, motivation, nonsmokers, relapse, smoke-free, therefore, trigger, cigarettes, successful, quits
     content words:    United States


How to Quit Smoking
By Jennifer Kenny
  

1     Smoking is addictive. It is a serious health risk. There are many antismoking programs in the United States. For many people who now understand the risks, learning how to quit is very important.
 
2     Researchers have studied smokers who have quit. The risk of dying from a disease related to smoking goes down each year that person continues not to smoke. Those who quit smoking before age fifty reduce the risk of certain diseases by half within just one year of quitting smoking.
 
3     Besides the health benefits, there are other benefits when one quits smoking. Money is saved, because cigarettes and cigars are quite costly. A person who quits smoking can better enjoy the many places that now ban smoking. Also, health insurance often costs less for nonsmokers.

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