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Heart disease is the world’s biggest killer. Despite the huge improvement in the field of medicine, cardiovascular diseases remain to be a serious public health concern because of the high mortality risk. More research is still needed to come up with a magic bullet drug that can reverse heart problems and lower the risk of […]

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Smoking has been widely linked to cancer, especially lung cancer. But did you know there are many other cancers that are associated with tobacco use? Now, if you smoke, how high is your risk of cancer? Can it be reversed if you quit? The following facts may surprise and scare you. The easy way to […]

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The link between smoking and cancer risk has been well-studied. Smoking remains to be the single most avoidable risk factor for cancer, and for the past 50 years, this addictive habit has killed about 6.5 million people already. The easy way to —> Harnessing Motivation to Quit Smoking

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If you could travel in time ….What Would You Say To Yourself The Day You Picked-up Your First Smoke? A reader gives a great answer to this question. I would tell myself, “Hey you, little girl! What in the hell are you thinking?” I would continue…”Sticking that cancer stick is NOT going to make you […]

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When you smoke, the first organ-system that is most severely affected is your respiratory system and particularly your lungs. Every time you smoke, your lungs become black with tar. Studies show that after 3 years of continuous smoking, you increase your risk of lung cancer by 99.9%! The good news is that…Well, it isn’t too […]

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