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Smoking

Smoking is the leading preventable cause of premature death in Canada. The effects of smoking on healthy aging are well documented. Aside from its well-known association with lung cancer, heart disease and stroke, cigarette smoking can cause medications to be less effective. Learn more below about the effects of smoking - as well as evidence-based information about how to stop smoking.

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