MISSION VIEJO, Calif., April 12, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Lifescript.com, a women's health and wellness website headquartered in Mission Viejo, Calif., has launched a new Smoking Cessation Health Center that provides valuable tools to help women stop smoking.
"Women who want to stop smoking are looking for the best, most effective ways to quit," says Laurie Berger, Lifescript Editor-in-Chief. "We help them sort through the options with expert tips and advice on kicking this harmful habit for good."
The goal of the Smoking Cessation Health Center is to support women in taking this important step. "We put readers' minds at ease by providing doctor-reviewed information they can trust," Berger says.
For the 18% of American women smokers, quitting is daunting – and it often requires several attempts. But the counseling, exercises, medications, and support resources found in the Smoking Cessation Health Center are geared to help fight smoking addiction.
Hundreds of articles and interactive features, written by medical experts and reviewed by physicians, include how to lower risk factors, manage addiction, curb cigarette cravings, handle a relapse and undo the bad effects of smoking. The Smoking Cessation Health Center also covers the latest information on treatment options and clinical trials.
"Quitting smoking is very challenging for busy, multitasking women and moms," Berger says. "If you're one of our many readers intent on giving up smoking for good, you'll find all the help you need here -- top treatments, natural remedies, and effective ways to ease symptoms."
The Smoking Cessation Health Center is one of 66 health centers already launched on the site as part of a plan to release 70 condition-specific centers by the end of this year. Lifescript Health centers are designed to help women live healthier lives with medically reviewed articles, expert interviews, lifestyle tips, quizzes, recipes and more.
ABOUT LIFESCRIPT: One of the fastest-growing online healthy living publishers, Lifescript.com (http://www.lifescript.com/) attracts 6.3 million unique visitors monthly and is the leading website focusing exclusively on women's health. More than 7 million readers also subscribe to Lifescript's six daily email newsletters. The company has offices in Mission Viejo and Beverly Hills, Calif., and in New York City.