Knowing "lung age" helps smokers quit, study finds

03/7/2008 | Yahoo!

A U.K. study found that smokers are significantly more likely to quit if they know the "age" of their lungs as compared to a healthy person who does not smoke. Researchers said the information could be an easy, inexpensive way to encourage smoking cessation.

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