Vera Files discusses the pros and cons of the DOH quit line using data-driven facts.
Barely a year old, the Department of Health’s quit line program has helped a number of citizens lead tobacco-free lives. It should aim for many more.
A quit line or “quitline” is a telephone counseling service for people who want to stop smoking. It can provide smokers who need help but are reluctant to undergo face-to-face counseling.
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