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By Veronica Rocha | July 29, 2009
GLENDALE — Substance abuse counselor Joseph Martin has been dedicated for more than six months to kicking his 25-year-old smoking habit. Martin, a Glendale resident, believed the only way to really reach out to his clients at Alta Met, a substance abuse clinic, was to quit something he also had trouble giving up. “I wanted to start practicing what I preach,” he said. Upon learning of the roughly 4,000 chemicals inside cigarettes, Martin said he was motivated to quit.
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By: Andrew Edwards | August 5, 2005
Richard Horian, president of Newport Beach's Woodleaf Corp., has been a smoker for a quarter of a century, and though he has not kicked the habit, he no longer lights up. Through Woodleaf, Horian is marketing Aeros Smokeless Cigarettes. He said he developed the devices over an eight-year period "with the help of a lot of scientists and engineers." At the peak of his habit, Horian said he was a two-pack-a-day smoker. And even with quitting techniques such as acupuncture, hypnosis and prescription drugs, he could not give up smoking without going through intense withdrawal patterns.
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By Veronica Rocha | July 29, 2009
GLENDALE — Substance abuse counselor Joseph Martin has been dedicated for more than six months to kicking his 25-year-old smoking habit. Martin, a Glendale resident, believed the only way to really reach out to his clients at Alta Met, a substance abuse clinic, was to quit something he also had trouble giving up. “I wanted to start practicing what I preach,” he said. Upon learning of the roughly 4,000 chemicals inside cigarettes, Martin said he was motivated to quit.
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