Great American Smokeout now 37 years old and still kicking
David Moore November 13, 2012 | WGVU
Beating a tobacco addiction can be tough, especially for long term smokers. Thursday is a day dedicated to helping people kick the habit.
Today on WGVU’s Midday West Michigan, David Moore talks with the Kent County Health Department’s Lisa LaPlante. Despite its 37 years, she’s firmly convincted the Great American Smokeout is still very relevant.
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