Menthol cigarettes linked to higher stroke risk in study

04/10/2012 | Reuters

Canadian researchers who analyzed data on more than 5,000 smokers found that those who smoke menthol cigarettes had more than double the risk of stroke compared with those smoke regular cigarettes. The risk was more than threefold greater in women and non-blacks. The study appeared in Archives of Internal Medicine.

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