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Cigarettes and medications

Smoking may affect the strength of some medications, including insulin (used to treat diabetes), beta blockers (used to treat high blood pressure), and inhaled corticosteroids (used to treat asthma). The potential for medication interactions is just one of the reasons it?s important to be honest with your doctor about whether you smoke.…

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