Our Stop Smoking Practitioner Salma, makes an appearance on BBC news

Our Stop Smoking Practitioner Salma, has made an exciting appearance on BBC news recently to encourage uptake of the COVID 19 vaccine amongst ethnic minority groups.

English version https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/av/health-55955875

Bengali version https://fb.watch/3uS149av2R/

Smokers are 14x more likely to suffer severe consequences from COVID-19 due to the impact that smoking has on respiratory and immune function. It is really important we encourage uptake of the vaccine to protect people against these consequences.

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This is the third time I've tried to give up smoking, and as I draw towards the end of this one, I feel confident that this will be the one that does it! Probably the most important aspect has been the relationship of trust and encouragement that has been fostered by my Stop Smoking Practitioner. The physiological aspect of the addiction should not be underestimated. I have found Nicotine patches to be an extremely effective substitute for tobacco. I recommend the Waltham Forest Stop Smoking service.
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