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News briefs: Harvard study: Benefits of quitting smoking trump subsequent weight gain

Quitting smoking is associated with a lower risk of cardiovascular disease, despite subsequent weight gain. Researchers say quitters who gain a few pounds still have about a 50% lower cardiovascular disease risk than smokers, even if they have diabetes.

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