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Finding Strength in Spirit

If you want to quit smoking, try finding strength in your spirituality. While most drug and alcohol cessation programs involve getting in touch with a higher power, most smoking cessation programs do not. PlanetOut.com summarizes recent research that suggests people who draw on their spirituality may have better success in quitting smoking than those who do not. So take a deep breath and put that cigarette out.

Posted: 2/19/08