There are significant health and financial costs associated with tobacco use. In addition to the physical and emotional distress brought on by tobacco related diseases and deaths, tobacco users often incur greater costs for health care and life insurance, increased absenteeism and lower productivity costs.

Smoking is one of the toughest habits to quit. Quitting smoking is one of the best choice's someone can make.  Employers can attempt to combat the negative health and economic effects of tobacco use by adding smoking cessation programs to their employee benefits program. You can help your employees succeed by implementing such a program. Email us HERE to receive your free Smoking Cessation Portfolio.

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