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It is estimated that 36.5 million adults in the United States currently smoke cigarettes, which means, most likely, you or someone you know has battled with smoking. These days everyone is familiar with the impact smoking has on the body, so why do some people still do it? Why can’t they simply quit? Most likely, friends and family have encouraged them to stop at some point or another, but to no avail. Understanding the effects, which include premature aging, an increased risk of cardiovascular disease, nutrient deficiencies, and decreased life span, is sometimes not enough to overcome the addiction. They might have tried to quit numerous times, and maybe they even made it a week or two, but somehow they always end up going back.

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