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We all know that cigarette smoking is a leading cause of death, but a survey of medical literature conducted by the Division of Dermatology at McGill University in Montreal shows the impact on smokers’ appearances

We all know that cigarette smoking is a leading cause of death, but a survey of medical literature conducted by the Division of Dermatology at McGill University in Montreal shows the impact on smokers’ appearances. The 2005 report concluded that smoking is strongly associated with numerous skin conditions, including premature skin aging, poor wound healing, psoriasis, squamous cell carcinoma, and wrinkles. The survey also found that smoking affects the lesions associated with AIDS, diabetes, and lupus and is also a contributor to hair loss. Clearly, smoking ages you in every way.

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