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You’ll know how harmful smoking is to your health, and hopefully you’ve looked into the many options available which are designed to help you quit. In the meantime, it’s useful to know that as a smoker, your body has different nutritional requirements to those of a non-smoker.
The damage smoking can cause to the lungs is something that is widely addressed and well-known, but did you know it can do serious damage to your skin too? Here's how smoking affects your skin.
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An addiction to smoking can be very difficult to break, but it is possible. Discover the key to quitting in our guide with handy top tips.
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There are lots of benefits to quitting smoking; some you’ll be aware of but others might surprise you. Get tips on how you can quit for good.