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Queensland Healths infographic, detailing exactly how you age if youre a smoker. Please visit our website @ bestecigmade.com

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The Effects of Smoking on the Body
from Healthline

The Effects of Smoking on the Body

Smoking tobacco is commonly noted for its correlation to lung cancer. This image, however, shows the link between smoking and other health problems that target different aspects of the body.

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e-cigs JUST AS BAD!Can't believe people still do this!The more you smoke,the more your nerve cells become immune to the pleasure brought on by smoking.As a result,smokers tend to increase their intake of nicotine to get that desirable feeling from smoking.2 Despite the"pleasure"that one gets from puffing a cig,remember this:smoking comes with devastating health effects.If you think smoking an e-cig makes a difference,it doesn't. Researchers actually found that a brand of e-cigarette contains

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from Mr. Wilson's English Class

Informative poster examples.

Smoking is very dangerous! Most people that smoke began smoking at a very young age! Don't let smoking damage your health. If you don't take care of yourself who will.

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If you're worried about and what will happen when you quit smoking, our nicotine withdrawal timeline and symptoms will help you prepare for what's coming.

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Today marks The American Cancer Society's 37th Great American Smokeout. Research shows that smokers are most successful in kicking the habit when they have support from friends & family. So share the below information , ask your employer if they offer a Smoking Cessation Program (ours was a great success) and visit www.cancer.org for more ways to stay healthy!

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most of the medicinal benefits the plant offers, like its ability to fight cancer and various other diseases, comes from a different method of ingestion.

most of the medicinal benefits the plant offers, like its ability to fight cancer and various other diseases, comes from a different method of ingestion.

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Even if you’ve been a lifelong smoker, it is never too late to quit. In this infographic, our experts explain how your lungs – and the rest of your body – begin recovering beginning in less than a half hour after you quit.
from Health Essentials from Cleveland Clinic

What Happens to Your Body When You Quit Smoking? (Infographic

Even if you’ve been a lifelong smoker, it is never too late to quit. In this infographic, our experts explain how your lungs – and the rest of your body – begin recovering beginning in less than a half hour after you quit.

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from The Truth About Cancer

17 Cancer Facts You Need to Know

Cancer is the leading cause of death in people aged 45-64 in the U.S. What can you do to get or stay cancer-free? Start by reviewing these 17 Cancer Facts.

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