Give gift of health for mom’s day
Patti Beard, 54 and a Warren County native, started smoking at age 18 while in college “because everyone else was doing it and it was cool.” Beard quit smoking 34 years later because her dream of watching her only child grow up and have her own children was more important than her own addiction.
“Smoking was impacting my breathing, so I didn’t want to risk the chance of how it would continue to impact my health. I quit a year and a half ago and hope I quit before I caused damage that may show up later,” said Beard.
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