Heart disease risk factors improve soon after smoking stops

08/17/2009 | Reuters

Women who quit smoking saw major reductions in several markers for inflammation associated with heart disease, including C-reactive protein and tumor necrosis factor, within six to seven weeks, a U.S. study found. Researchers said giving people quantifiable information on their cardiovascular health may be a positive reinforcement to help them quit and remain smoke free.

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