WHO: Quitting Smoking Has Immediate Health Benefits

A new report from the World Health Organization links 1.9 million deaths every year to tobacco use, either through personal use or from secondhand smoke. The good news is that quitting smoking has immediate health benefits. For example, within 20 minutes of your last puff, your heart rate drops. Give up that smoke for 12 hours, and the carbon monoxide level in your blood drops to normal. Give it up for just two to 12 weeks and your lung function improves. In one year your risk of coronary...

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