10/26/2007

More employers are paying for programs to help workers stop smoking in efforts to reduce health care costs, offering free nicotine patches and drugs, penalizing smokers who do not join the programs, and offering phone sessions with addiction counselors. According to one survey, one in three companies with more than 200 workers offers these programs, and one in 12 smaller firms offers them.

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