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Katherine Heigl Finally Gives Up Smoking

by VR Sreeraman on September 7, 2009 at 2:55 PM

Katherine Heigl Finally Gives Up Smoking
Actress Katherine Heigl has reportedly managed to quit smoking.

The Knocked Up star, who wanted to quit the ill habit for quite some time now, has apparently not taken a puff for a month, which has boosted her health.
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"She feels so much better," the Daily Express quoted a source as telling Us Weekly magazine.

Heigl had previously said: "I started smoking when I was 24, because I'm an idiot.

"I don't enjoy it so much now, because I've become such a slave to it. I hate planning my life around when I'm getting a cigarette."

She had decided to quit tobacco in July.

Source: ANI
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