Weighing the Risks of Quitting Smoking and Obesity

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One of the major concerns of people considering quitting smoking is whether they will gain weight. A new study has shown that may not need to be a concern and that the overall benefits to their health can outweigh the risks.

One of the major concerns of people considering quitting smoking is whether they will gain weight. A new study has shown that may not need to be a concern and that the overall benefits to their health can outweigh the risks.

Theodore Friedman, MD, PhD, from Charles Drew University discussed the results of his work at The Endocrine Society's 97th Annual Meeting & Expo in San Diego

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