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Time's Never Right to Quit, So How About Right Now?

Tuesday, June 10, 2014

Women are more likely to use smoking as a way to handle stress, says Sherry McKee, and quitting itself is stressful. While she researches gender differences in the physiology of quitting, she also urges women to just keep trying.

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