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Smoking may leave a legacy of increased pain, even after quitting

Smoking may leave a legacy of increased pain, even after quitting

Former daily smokers report higher levels of pain than people who have never smoked daily, and their pain levels are similar to people who currently smoke daily, according to a new UCL study.

Source: MedicalXpress

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