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  2. “I thought about all of the things that everyone ever says to each other, and how everyone is going to die, whether it's in a millisecond, or days, or months, or years, if you were just born. Everything that's born has to die, which means our lives are like skyscrapers.
  3. Three months after smokers move out of a house and nonsmokers move in, tobacco residues remain that can be picked up and ingested by the new residents, a San Diego State University study shows.
  4. As a new year’s resolution, I strongly urge all of you below retirement age to take a long hard look at how you will spend your later life. The deeper you put your head in the sand at that.
  5. Feb 13,  · Whereas those studies had compared just one small community to another, the RAND paper compared all possible pairings of communities affected by smoking bans to all .
  6. Apr 14,  · It’s a process we all face, preventable only by the unpalatable alternative of dying young. Understanding the processes that contribute to our bodies’ infirmity as we get older may help.
  7. There are many lifelong benefits of doing so, like increased lung function and decreased risk of heart disease and cancer. Understanding the importance of quitting smoking and all options available to help stop smoking is key to long-term success.
  8. Aug 13,  · Britain's 'oldest smoker' dies after puffing on cigarettes for 95 years A pensioner, Winnie Langley, who smoked for more than 95 years and only gave up .
  9. Sep 11,  · (Newser) – If you smoke for most of your life and still live to a ripe, old age, you might have more than luck on your side. Though smokers can generally expect to live 10 years less than Author: Arden Dier.

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