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Negative Effects of Weight Gain from Quitting Do not Negate Health Benefits of Quitting...

Significant weight gain and a temporary increased risk of developing diabetes when quitting smoking does not negate the overall health benefits of stopping, according to research published in The New England Journal of Medicine.  The study...

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