Nearly 69 percent of adult smokers wanted to quit in 2010 and more than half tried, but only 6.2 percent succeeded, according to the...

Nearly 69 percent of adult smokers wanted to quit in 2010 and more than half tried, but only 6.2 percent succeeded, according to the CDC.  Those who try to quit can double or triple their chances with counseling or medications, the Wall Street Journal reports.


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