Smoking after heart attack increases future heart risks

03/31/2008 | Reuters

A new study shows that people 35 and under who continue to smoke after a heart attack are three times as likely to have additional heart problems -- including a repeat heart attack, blocked arteries or death from a heart-related event -- compared to those who stop smoking.

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