Quitting smoking in Kamloops

There are so many ways to quit smoking these days, and now a Kamloops pharmacy also offers free counselling (iStock).
Smoking kills close to 6,000 people each year in BC.

It causes heart disease, stroke, cancer and emphysema.

Yet many people still smoke.

If you still haven't kicked the habit, your chances now are better than ever.

Nicotine gum could help you quit, and then there's the patch.

There's even a minty mouth spray when the cravings get unbearable.

Pratt's pharmacy in Kamloops offers  smoking cessation counseling for free.

Sheena Moedacatoh is a pharmacist there.

Brett Weir took advantage of her help. Daybreak Kamloops host Shelley Joyce has their story.

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