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Smoking boosts heart attack risk 8-fold for younger adults
by Andrew M. Seaman
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29 November 2016
On 29 November 2016 Reuters reported:
For young adults who smoke, the risk of a major heart attack is 8 times higher than for their peers who never smoked or who gave it up, a UK study found. Older adults who smoke are also more likely than non-smokers their age to end up with heart attacks, researchers say.
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Many people underestimate the health risks that come with smoking, said senior author Dr. Ever Grech, of the South Yorkshire Cardiothoracic Center at the Northern General Hospital in Sheffield.
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