Quitting Smoking May Halve Risk of Oral Health Problems
“Adult smokers are twice as likely to develop oral health problems as those who have kicked the habit, researchers from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention have found..”
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We’ve long known that smoking can lead to health problems. This latest news adds even more evidence that it is a habit we should try to avoid or quit. When the same comparison is made between smokers and those who haven’t smoked at all, the news is worse: the smokers are four times more likely to develop oral health problems.