Smokers at increased risk for non-life threatening health conditions and reduced quality of life in

Posted By: QuitSmoking.com Staff | Sep 5 2013




Smokers and former smokers who survive into old age are at a heightened risk for non-life threatening ailments that can reduce quality of life and expand the need for health services, according to a cohort study led by Benjamin A. Shaw, UAlbany associate professor in the School of Public Health.


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