CVS Caremark plans to stop selling tobacco products in all of its stores starting Wednesday — a move health experts hope will be followed by other major drugstore chains. CVS is also launching a smoking-cessation campaign that will include an assessment of the smoker’s “readiness to quit,” education, medication support to help curb the desire to use tobacco and coaching to help people stay motivated and avoid relapses. For more information on what CVS has to offer go to: m.cvs.com/quit-smoking/
CVS Stops Selling Tobacco Products – Offers Quit-Smoking Programs
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