Smokers face higher risk of deep vein blood clot, study finds

09/19/2013 |

A study in PLOS Medicine revealed current and former smokers were more likely to develop venous thromboembolism compared with those who never smoked. Risk of blood clot increased by 6.1% for every 10 years of smoking, assuming use of one pack per day.

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