See Me Smoke-Free

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See Me Smoke-Free is an Android app developed by researchers at the University of Arizona. It's for women who want to quit smoking and feel great!
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Someone who feels supported is more likely to quit smoking for good. You can play a big part in helping a person become smokefree.

When it comes to quitting smoking, women may need some extra motivation, researchers say, and now there's an app for that.

Smoking reduces the blood flow to your mouth, resulting in greater chances of developing eriodontal disease and oral cancers.

App addresses women’s issues as they try to quit smoking

PHOENIX — When it comes to quitting smoking, women may need some extra motivation, researchers say. “Women are more likely to gain weight than men when.

‘See Me Smoke-Free’ app motivates women to quit smoking

‘See Me Smoke-Free’ app motivates women to quit smoking

Co-investigator Peter Giacobbi at West Virginia University talks about the SMSF app.

Co-investigator Peter Giacobbi at West Virginia University talks about the SMSF app.

“Women are more likely to gain weight than men when they quit smoking, and women have more difficulty losing weight when they gain it,” said Judith Gordon, associate professor with the Department of Family and Community Medicine and associate head of research at the University of Arizona College of Medicine.

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App addresses challenges women face trying to quit smoking

Larry Black called and said his mountain apple tree was loaded with fruit and he was enjoying them with his meals. He said it is refreshing, like a palate cleanser.

Dr. Judith Gordon with the University of Arizona says "See Me Smoke Free" addresses some unique challenges women face when quitting tobacco. "Women are more likely to gain weight than men," she says, "and to feel less effective when they do quit."

Judith Gordon with the University of Arizona says "See Me Smoke Free" addresses some unique challenges women face when quitting tobacco. "Women are more likely to gain weight than men," she says, "and to feel less effective when they do quit.