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According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), smoking is the number one cause of preventable deaths in the United States (1). When one smokes, chemicals are released into the body and these substances can cause damage to vital organs such as the lungs and the heart. With

smokers | Longevity LIVE

Pack-a-day smokers aren’t the only ones who should think about “butting out”. A recent study by Erin O’Loughlin, a PhD candidate in Concordia’s Individualized Program (INDI), emphasizes the need to target both heavy and light smokers in anti-smoking messaging and cessation campaigns. The study, co-authored by Robert J. Wellman, Erika N. Dugas, Annie Montreuil, Hartley Dutczak and

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Despite graphic warnings on packets that ‘cigarettes can kill’, a large proportion of smokers are reportedly more troubled by wrinkles and yellow teeth, a new survey reveals. But the in-depth findings by electronic cigarette brand VIP, found one-in-seven admitted they would be more likely to give up the cigarettes if