Exposure to tobacco smoke is harmful to the smoker and also non-smokers.
Smoking is associated with significant morbidity and mortality. Smoking still remain some of the leading causes of preventable death.
Smoking has the dubious distinction of affecting all the systems from head to foot.
Cigarette smoking causes many types of cancer. It also increases the risk of cardiovascular diseases. Exposure tobacco smoke during pregnancy can lead to delivery complications and increase the risk of health problems in the newborn.
In general, smoking causes many diseases and affects the overall health of smokers.
Quitting smoking significantly reduces the health risks caused by exposure to tobacco smoke.
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