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Smoking and Carbon Monoxide

CO2 monitor Carbon monoxide (CO) breath testing is available at Ste. Genevieve County Health Department to determine how much smoke you are inhaling from cigarettes. The CO test is an indicator of your dependence or addiction to nicotine. It shows the amount of carbon monoxide in your lungs and blood.

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You Can Quit Smoking

 Uncle Sam-I Want You to Quit SmokingYou can be a quitter if you use tobacco. If you are one of the more than seventy percent of smokers who want to quit, there are helpful tips to remember.

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Reversal of Negative Effects to the Body after Smoking Cessation

 Fresh AirIt is possible to reverse the effects of smoking and to improve health. Once a person begins smoking they do damage to their body and others breathing in the smoke. The negative effects of smoking can be reversed or reduced after tobacco use has stopped. The longer a person smokes the more damage they do and the more difficult it is to reverse. Quitting smoking can make a great difference:

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