Allergy season in Phoenix and Scottsdale is especially pronounced during the “cooler months” where temperatures at its highs average 70 degrees. Typically, December through May are peak allergy seasons in Phoenix and Scottsdale. As a result, some people who migrate to the Sonoran desert in hopes of escaping their allergy symptoms are usually surprised to find that their allergy symptoms has worsened. For others, they may develop moderate to severe allergy symptoms after they have established residence, years later.
Quitting smoking isn’t easy but it can be done with the support of friends, family, and your doctor.
Many of you are thinking, “I know, here comes another lecture on why I should stop smoking!”. However, the fact that you are reading this blog means that you are seriously interested either subconsciously or consciously. Obviously, quitting smoking has significant health benefits as well as social benefits. It is no longer accepted social norm to smoke. In the past, it used to be not only socially acceptable, but “cool” to smoke. Today however, smokers are ostracized and frowned upon. Here are some benefits of quitting smoking:
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