Henry Ford expert Sherry Thomas discusses nicotine withdrawal symptoms. This may happen after you quit smoking.
About the Center for Health Promotion and Disease Prevention
Established in 1995, the Center works in partnership with health care professionals, individuals, and communities to improve the health of its constituents through programs based on research, an understanding of human behavior, and validated processes for health risk reduction. The Center is committed to developing programs and services within the context of the following key objectives:
– Continuously improve, deliver and expand preventive services in clinical practice.
– Facilitate a range of wellness programs.
– Collaborate with internal, public-sector, and private-sector partners to improve the health of the multiple populations we serve and the broader communities of which we are a part.
– Provide leadership on health promotion and disease prevention in clinical practice, managed care, community health and public policy.
– Develop and implement a research and evaluation plan to advance the science of health promotion and disease prevention and improve the delivery of preventive services.
About Henry Ford Health System
Henry Ford Health System (HFHS) is a Michigan not-for-profit corporation governed by a 22-member Board of Trustees. Advisory and affiliate boards comprising 129 Trustee volunteer leaders provide vital links to the communities served by the System. HFHS is managed by Chief Executive Officer Nancy M. Schlichting.
HFHS is one of the nation’s leading comprehensive, integrated health systems. It provides health insurance and health care delivery, including acute, specialty, primary and preventive care services backed by excellence in research and education. For more information, visit http://www.henryford.com