Story written by Micah Karr, DailyFlipz Health Reporter
DAYTON, Ohio-- Wright State University, effective July 1, 2017, will be completely tobacco free.
This includes tobacco of all kinds, such as cigarettes, chewing tobacco, e-cigarettes (these do not always contain tobacco, but are still prohibited by Wright State’s Tobacco Free Policy ), and other tobacco products.
While actual cigarettes and similar products will be banned campus-wide, products such as nicotine patches and similar prescribed aids to quit smoking will be allowed.
For smokers on campus however, they will have to either quit smoking or find somewhere off-campus to smoke. For those hoping to quit, here are five tips that can help in the journey of quitting.
Bill Blatt’s article, “8 Tips to Quit Smoking for Good in 2017” was posted on Jan. 9, 2017 on the American Lung Association’s website, and can be found here.
“This is not something you should do alone."
Story edited by Health & Business Editor Taylor Whitney