Nov 13, 2007

Looks like I picked the wrong week to quit smoking.

Smoking cessation clinic is this week

By Steve Sandoval

November 13, 2007

The Employee Assistance Program (EAP) and the Wellness Center, both part of Occupational Medicine (OM), are hosting a smoking cessation clinic Thursday to give Laboratory employees some help in beating the smoking addiction.

The clinic is from noon to 1 p.m., in the large conference room at Occupational Medicine at Technical Area 3. The clinic is free but registration is required.

Speakers include Amy Anderson, a smoking cessation specialist and EAP counselor; Marta Gentry Munger, a registered dietician and health promotion coordinator in OM; and Stan Kosiewicz, a former smoker and guest of the Wellness Center, who

Lab employees can sign up for the smoking cessation clinic by calling the Employee Assistance Program and/or Anderson at 7-7339 to register.

For more information, see the November 9 Daily NewsBulletin.


Anonymous said...

There you go - a reason to let people go! Smoking is a bad habit ... an addiction. This is troubling behavior. You're fired!

Anonymous said...

How about booze? No comminity in the State consumes more booze per capita than Lost Alamos.

Anonymous said...

Especially the high school kids!