By Cindy Schultz
Special to The PREVIEW
Through With Chew Week, Feb. 15-21, calls attention to the dangers of using chew and other forms of smokeless tobacco. It encourages users to seek ways to quit and start living a healthier lifestyle.
The benefits begin to add up immediately after you quit. You will reduce your risk of oral cancer. You’ll have a healthier mouth and gums. Sores caused by chewing will start to disappear. Your teeth will be whiter and less likely to decay. And your breath will smell better.