Quitting before age 35 puts your risk of death in line with never smoking

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Smokers who quit before the age of 35 have the same mortality rate over a period of time as those who have never smoked at all, a major study shows.

The study found that those who quit smoking at a later age still saw significant benefits, but their death rate exceeded that of those who quit before age 35. For example, former smokers who quit between the ages of 35 and 44 had a 21% higher all-cause mortality rate compared to those who had never smoked. And those who quit smoking between the ages of 45 and 54 had a 47% higher all-cause mortality rate than those who had never smoked.

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