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Getting Ridofthe Smoke

One of the first things you will want to do once you stop smoking or are no longer smoking in your apartment is to start to get the tobacco smells out of your home. Cigarette smoke gets into everything including the walls, carpets, bathroom fixtures, sheets, clothes, and furniture. Getting rid of that smoke smell …

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About Us

New Hampshire’s Tobacco Prevention & Control Program (TPCP) implements tobacco control strategies recommended by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Best Practices. These strategies include state and community interventions, health communication interventions, cessation interventions, surveillance and evaluation and administrative and management infrastructure. New Hampshire’s Tobacco Prevention & Control Program goals are to: Prevent …

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I Want to Quit

So, you’re going to quit. Congratulations! That’s a great decision. It’s your attitude that will help you take that first step. Here are the next steps you should take to give yourself the best possible chance to be successful at quitting. Take them one at a time.

No Smoking Policy Protects Health Saves Money

Secondhand smoke is the third leading cause of preventable death in the United States. Approximately 53,000 people die annually from diseases caused by secondhand smoke, with hundreds of thousands more suffering ill effects from exposure. Multi-unit dwellings present a particular challenge for dealing with this significant health and nuisance problem. Tobacco smoke from one unit …

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Legal Options Tenants SHS

If tobacco smoke drifts into your apartment from a neighboring unit, causing you illness or discomfort, you may wonder whether you can take legal action. Suing your neighbor or landlord is an option, but it should be your last resort. Lawsuits are time consuming, expensive, and contentious, and the outcome is always uncertain. In a …

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