A cut that takes a long time to heal may be the first sign of damage to your blood vessels.

Do you have a cut that takes a long time to heal or gets infected? This may be the first sign of damage to your blood vessels.

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Smoking damages blood vessels, which can lower blood circulation, particularly to your legs or feet.

Smoking damages blood vessels, which can lower blood circulation, particularly to your legs or feet. This can lead to blood clots, infection, gangrene and possibility of amputation.

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Smoking can cause damage to the eye.

Smoking can cause damage to the eye. This is known as macular degeneration. Central vision is lost and blindness may follow. 

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Nicotine is one of the most addictive drugs.

When you smoke you inhale the drug nicotine. Nicotine is one of the most addictive drugs. Do you crave a cigarette as soon as you wake up in the morning? If so, that is just one of the signs of addiction.

Take steps today to quit smoking and let your body heal, click here to see the health benefits you get from not smoking as your body recovers.

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Smoking causes blockages in the blood vessels providing blood to your brain.

Smoking causes blockages in the blood vessels providing blood to your brain. This can cause a stroke that can result in permanent paralysis, disability or death. Take steps today to quit smoking and let your body heal, click here to see the health benefits you get from not smoking as your body recovers.

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One in five cancer deaths are caused by smoking

One in five cancer deaths are caused by smoking. 

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Stopping smoking before the age of 40 years reduces the risk of death to almost that of a non-smoker.

Smokers lose at least ten years of their life expectancy, compared with those who have never smoked. Stopping smoking before the age of 40 years reduces the risk of death to almost that of a non-smoker. Take steps today to quit smoking and let your body heal, click here to see the health benefits you get from not smoking as your body recovers.

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One of every two long-term smokers are killed by their smoking

One of every two long-term smokers are killed by their smoking. Take steps today to quit smoking and let your body heal, click here to see the health benefits you get from not smoking as your body recovers.

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15,500 Australians die each year from smoking.

 15,500 Australians die each year from smoking. 

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Smoking in pregnancy affects your baby for life.

Smoking in pregnancy affects your baby for life.  In the womb the baby is starved of oxygen affecting its growth and development and increasing the risk of miscarriage, Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS) and ear infections. When the baby reaches childhood, there is an increased risk of developing asthma and being overweight or obese. 

Take steps today to quit smoking and let your body heal, click here to see the health benefits you get from not smoking as your body recovers.

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