Surgeon General's report takes aim at youth smoking
from The Washington Post
Smoking during teenage years stunts lung growth and accelerates the decline in their function that inevitably comes with age. The habit damages blood vessels in ways that can later lead to a heart attack, stroke and aortic rupture. Those are among the conclusions of a report by the Surgeon General on tobacco use by young people.
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