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Best websites to help you quit smoking

Each of these sites has something to offer a smoker who is struggling to stop.

Smokefree.gov is a “one-stop destination for kicking the habit.” The site offers “tons” of resources, including one-on-one counseling sessions and a calculator tool to show how much money quitting can save you.

QuitSmokingCounter.com provides phone and computer software to help monitor quitters’ progress. The Smoking Counter “measures how long you’ve stopped smoking and how it’s improving your health.” The site also features regular updates on such gadgets as electronic cigarettes.

StickK.com takes quitting seriously. The site not only requires you to sign a contract, it forces you to “put your money where your mouth is.” Whatever habit you’re kicking, you choose a quitting date and pick a sum you’ll send to a person or charity of your choice should you falter.

Source: Woman’s Day

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