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Smoking and memory

Smokers perform worse than nonsmokers in studies of memory and cognitive function. Smoking increases the risk for stroke and hypertension, two other causes of memory impairment. No one knows whether smoking directly impairs memory or is merely associated with memory loss because it causes illnesses compromise brain function.…

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