Facing Up to Smoking
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Series' Star Wants to Arrest Smoking; Why Quit Smoking?; Smoking and Cardiovascular Disease; Smoking and Gum Disease; Oral Cancer; Smoking Adds Another Wrinkle to Aging; Secondhand Smoke's Effect on Kids; Smoking and Pregnancy; Smoking and Respiratory Diseases; Smoking and Asthma Don't Mix; The High Cost of Smoking; Up in Smoke: Cigars and Your Health; Oral Cancer and Tobacco
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  Fast Facts
Did You Know? If you are smoking more now than when you started smoking several (or many) years ago, that's not surprising. Over time, your body develops a tolerance to nicotine, and you need more of the drug to maintain the pleasant feeling you get when you smoke, according to the American Cancer Society.

 

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