Women who Smoke Cigarettes have a Greater Risk of PAD--audio
Published June 7, 2011
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    A study In the Annals of Internal Medicine found that women who smoke cigarettes had ten times the risk for developing peripheral artery disease or PAD than women who never smoked. The study also found that while quitting helped, women who had quit smoking for as long as twenty years still were at greater risk for PAD than women who had never smoked.
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