By Felicity Clarke, Contributing Reporter
RIO DE JANEIRO - It´s a new year, a new decade even, and the only way to start is by making a variety of pledges to ditch the bad habits and become the saint-like being that´s been hidden underneath the chocolate wrappers, beer bottles and cigarette packets.
Along with getting fit, losing weight and spending more time with friends and family, quitting smoking is one of the most popular new year´s resolutions. There is a good reasoning behind it: stopping smoking the single most important thing you can do to improve your . . .