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    It's Never Too Late to Stop Smoking (Study)
    atti_editor posted:
    Some good news for those trying to quit later in life! Experts have found that even quitting after your 60th birthday can help add years to your life.

    Read the article above for more information.

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    jane64 responded:
    I'm 66 & thought 'what is the point?'. However, I just retired & figured I'd like to be in better health to enjoy whatever time I have left. This article was so encouraging.
    thank you!

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