From health24.com: Teenagers who smoke are more likely to die of heart disease decades down the line, even if they quit by the time they’re middle-aged, researchers have found.
Still, the worst off were people who started smoking in adolescence and kept up the habit their entire lives. They were twice as likely to die early as were non-smokers, according to findings published in the Journal of the American College of Cardiology.
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