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How much does smoking affect your lifespan?

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Dr. Wm. Marcus Spurlock
Preventive Medicine
1 doctor agrees

In brief: 1

Smoking has many problems, not just the nicotene and tar. The paper has heavy metal toxins including arsenic, cyanide and cadmium. But the major problem is the carbon monoxide ingestion.
This problem causes inadequate oxygenation of our tissues. So therefore, it increases the risk of every disease and cancer secondary to our tissues not repairing correctly.

In brief: 1

Smoking has many problems, not just the nicotene and tar. The paper has heavy metal toxins including arsenic, cyanide and cadmium. But the major problem is the carbon monoxide ingestion.
This problem causes inadequate oxygenation of our tissues. So therefore, it increases the risk of every disease and cancer secondary to our tissues not repairing correctly.
Dr. Wm. Marcus Spurlock
Dr. Wm. Marcus Spurlock
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Dr. Shah Nawaz
Psychiatry

In brief: How much smoke

If you smoke 1 pack per day for long time your life span is more than 10 year shorter.

In brief: How much smoke

If you smoke 1 pack per day for long time your life span is more than 10 year shorter.
Dr. Shah Nawaz
Dr. Shah Nawaz
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