Tobacco Cessation
  • Overview of Tobacco Cessation
    • Tobacco use is related to many negative health outcomes such as disease and tobacco/nicotine dependence. It is important to recognize these health effects, and make steps to quitting. Though it can be difficult, smoking can lower your risk for cancer, heart disease, reduce respiratory symptoms, and lower risk for infertility in women. To quit tobacco, join the Be Smoke Free program by visiting the Be Smoke Free website here. To make an appointment with a provider at the Student Health Services, click here.


For more information, visit the CDC website here.