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Wayne Tormala, the Chief of ...
Wayne Tormala, the Chief of the Bureau of Tobacco and Chronic Disease for the Arizona Department of Health Services, discusses the multiple health benefits that come from quitting smoking on KTAR-FM's Glendale, AZ (11/14, Tormala) website.
Among these benefits are getting rid of "yellow teeth, a stained tongue and ashtray breath.
Tormala says "the American Dental Association notes smoking causes gum disease, oral cancer and slow healing after dental procedures like implants or extractions," and "after you quit, those issues disappear.
"Many of these caregivers are older ...
"Many of these caregivers are older themselves," said Wayne Tormala, chief of the Bureau of Tobacco and Chronic Disease for the Arizona Department of Health.
Tormala: ASHLine ...
Tormala: ASHLine tops the list of best ways to quit smoking in 2015, 2016 and beyond
Wayne Tormala, bureau chief of the Bureau of Tobacco and Chronic Disease at the Arizona Department of Health Services, says the CDC's recommendations are considered the "gold standard," but most states can't achieve them. (Cronkite News Sevice Photo by Tessa Muggeridge)
tops the list of best ways to quit smoking in 2015, 2016 and beyond Guest Commentary by Wayne Tormala East Valley Tribune
â€¢ Wayne Tormala is bureau chief at the Arizona Department of Health Services, Bureau of Tobacco and Chronic Disease.
Posted in East valley voices, Columnists, Columns, Opinion on Sunday, January 11, 2015 4:00 pm. | Tags: United States, Ethics, Centers For Disease Control And Prevention
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Wayne Tormala (2011-2017)
Bureau Chief, Arizona Department of Health Services
Bureau of Tobacco
& Chronic Disease
I would like to thank the members of the Nominating committee (committee chair, Chris Anderson; directors Diane Canova and Wayne Tormala; NAQC members Bobbye Grey (Kentucky's Tobacco Prevention and Cessation Program) and Suzanne Gaby (QuitNow Services in BC), and NAQC President and CEO Linda Bailey) for their work.