Quitting Smoking May Cut the Risk of Cardiovascular Disease
Quitting smoking lowers risk of heart disease. Heavy cigarette smokers are at risk of cardiovascular disease (CVD). Cigarette smoking is responsible for 20% of CVD deaths in the U.S. Quitting smoking can reduce their risk of CVD within 5 years.
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