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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Did you know? Cole ClarkAcoustic Guitars Purolator's Commitment How to Break the Habit? What's in a Cigarette? Nicotine, which is a chemical found in Cigarette smoke,is a stimulant that causes addiction. We are committed to engaging and developing our teammates so they are successful in a safe and healthy workplace. Get support from family, friends and/or Purolator 2 days after your last cigarette, your sensesof smell and taste begin to return Within 3 years of quitting, your risk of heart diseaseis the same as someone who never smoked 20 minutes after your last cigarette, your blood pressure and heart rate return to normal : Avoid common triggers Quitting Cigarette smoking is not an easy task. Purolatoroffers options to assist you in your journey to quit smoking: -Assistance can be found via LifeWorks ,our Employee Assistance Program. There are many helpful resources on the LifeWorks website. If needed, you can consult with a LifeWorks counsellor at no cost. A link tothe LifeWorks website can be found on thePurolator Intranet-For more information, contact Jeff Cruz at Health Services for detailed options on how to quitsmoking. He can be contacted at 647-521-9832 Cigarette smoke contains over 5000 chemicals.Many of these chemicals arefound in batteries, paint and dyes. Many of the chemicals inCigarette smoke are knownto cause several types of Cancer. Help is Available Gradually cut back the amount of Cigarettes smoked double click to changethis text! Drag a cornerto scale proportionally. Cigarette Smoking- Break the Habit! double click to change this header text! There are many ways to help you quit: double click to changethis text! Drag a cornerto scale proportionally. 1 year after quitting, your risk of heart disease is cut by 50% and your risk of lung cancer is significantly reduced Replace smoking with healthy snacks Set a quit date goal and write it down
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