We have an opiod overdose crisis, but cigarettes still kill 15 times more people

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28,200 adults in New York State die each year from smoking-related disease

Tobacco use remains the leading cause of preventable death and disease

The average age of a new smoker in New York State is 13 years old

Listen to Rob Ray of WCDO in Sidney, NY interview Linda Wegner for World No Tobacco Day here!

Westlund Apartments Embrace Smoke-Free Living

The newly created Westlund Apartments at 61 Chestnut Street in Oneonta are providing a healthier, cleaner and safer living environment for its tenants and guests. Bret Bresee bought the former Church of Christ, Scientist and converted the...

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October 2017 Newsletter

Smoking is still a problem! There may be an opioid overdose crisis in this country, but cigarettes still kill 15 times more people. In fact, cigarettes kill more people in the United States than alcohol, car crashes, AIDS, illegal drugs, murders and...

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