Quitting Smoking Adds Decade To Women's Lives

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Natalie Blasi

After realizing no one else was going to step up, Natalie Blasi assumed the role of the person who lets everyone in the post office line know how long they’ve all been waiting.
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Quitting Smoking Adds Decade To Women's Lives

According to a study of 1.3 million women, those who gave up cigarettes by age 40 lived an average of 10 years longer than lifelong smokers, while those who quit by age 30 had a 97 percent chance of avoiding an early death altogether. What do you think?

  • “Hmm, what’s the takeaway here? Should I stop smoking?”

    Sandra Gagne
    Lobbyist
  • “Yeah, that’s what my wife claims as her reason for quitting, but I still think it’s just her excuse to chew all the gum she wants.”

    Scott Lindsey
    Café Manager
  • “But were they able to conclude which brand was smoothest?”

    Antoine Klinman
    Dog Groomer
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