By Sara Calabro
The American Lung Association recently released its State of Tobacco Control 2010 report—and the news is not good.
According to the report, most states are “failing miserably when it comes to combating tobacco-caused disease.”
Instead of directing anti-smoking funds toward tobacco regulation, prevention and wellness, and smoke-free laws, most states used the money for general budget deficits. This is ethically and economically foolish, as tobacco-related illnesses and secondhand smoke exposure cost us billions of dollars every year.
The need is greater now than ever for an effective way to help people quit smoking. Acupuncture can help—but there’s a caveat. Keep reading