Smoking Rots the Brain, Study Says

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A new study completed at King’s College in London, England concluded with convincing evidence that smoking does in fact rot your brain. Almost 9,000 smokers over the age of 50 were tested and results showed smoking damages memory, learning ability and reasoning while raising blood pressure and increasing the risk of stroke.

Researchers say the chances for stroke or heart attack dramatically elevate once cognitive function becomes impaired, which smoking can cause. While smoking can cause devastating effects on the body, damage can be reversed by quitting smoking, having a balanced diet and getting plenty of exercise.


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