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Health & Safety

Smoking: Long Term Effects Make Long Term Care Insurance All the More Important

Lung Ash TrayAttitudes towards smoking have changed dramatically in the last few decades, but there is still much to be learned about the effects that smoking has in different ways. Smoke intake and exposure to tar and carcinogens all contribute to health problems, which in turn can be compounded over time.

Because smoking causes so much destruction to the entire human body, it is the single most preventable cause of death in the world.  Long-term, expensive medical insurance is almost always a result of a smoking addiction. The damage caused by smoking is so far-reaching that even the people who live and work in close proximity of a smoker can expect to suffer life-threatening medical consequences as a result of the smoker's addiction.

The best way to deal with smoking is to never start.  Once started, it's often difficult to kick the addiction but doing so will prove highly beneficial to the smoker and all in his or her social circles.

This guide sheds light on the various results of long term smoking.

Heart Attacks


Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease


Lung Cancer

Cancer of the Larynx

Cancer of the Mouth

Pancreatic Cancer

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