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About 4,000 teens start smoking every day in the US, and majority of them take the habit all through adulthood. This adds 400, 000 new smokers annually. Since the health effects of smoking is cumulative, people who start smoking early in life are more at risk of chronic illnesses, including cancer, heart disease and dementia. […]

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If lung cancer and heart disease are not enough to scare you about the dangers of quitting smoking, here’s another reason to stop smoking now – it rots your brain, literally. If you’ve been smoking for a long period of time, you are at a high risk not just of cancer and heart disease, but […]

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You’re suffering from ulcer. Like most people, you may not be aware that smoking increases your chance of developing ulcer. Normally, food is passed from the mouth down to the esophagus, then to the stomach.

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It’s never too late to quit smoking. Even if you’re already in your 30s, 40s, or 50s, you can still benefit from stopping now. And don’t underestimate the benefits of quitting at this stage in your life. It can significantly cut your risk of developing serious health problems and extend your life for many years.

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