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more you increase your risk of developing lung cancer. But within 10 years of quitting, an ex-smoker’s overall risk of dying from lung cancer is cut in half. If you quit, your risk …
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The causes (risk factors) of chronic diseases are well known. A small number of common risk factors are responsible for most of the main chronic diseases. These risk factors are …
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