By Alexander Corrigan
Five out of five doctors agree smoking will kill you, with that said isn’t today the day to quit?
On Wednesday Oct 12 the opportunity will become available. Suffolk Community College and the Suffolk County Department of Health are working together to provide the proper aids and resources to effectively quit smoking, as part of a six-week program to help students kick the habit.
The program takes place in HSEC A222/223, with parking available in parking field five adjacent to the building. The clinic is held during common hour beginning at 11 a.m. and ending at 12:20 p.m. The clinic is open to students, faculty and staff. Nicotine replacement treatments will be made available to those who are medically qualified.
The Grant Campus can be reached by taking the Long Island Expressway to Exit 52, Commack Road. Cross over Commack Road staying to the right to Crooked Hill Road, make right on Crooked Hill Road and take to the campus entrance on the left.
For more information or to enroll in the program contact Health Services, Captree Commons Room 104, or call (631) 851-6709.