Smoking cessation reduces heart risk despite weight gain

03/12/2013 | Reuters

Quitting smoking significantly lowers the likelihood of heart attack or stroke even if it leads to gaining an average of six to eight pounds, according to a study in the Journal of the American Medical Association. The few additional pounds gained after kicking the habit had no clear impact on cardiovascular health, researchers said.

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