What Happens When You Quit Smoking – Health
What happens when you quit smoking? Twenty minutes, your blood pressure returns to normal. Twelve hours, carbon monoxide levels drop. Forty-eight hours, your sense of smell and taste improve. Within two weeks, your lungs work better, you heal faster. Nine months means more energy and fewer illnesses. And in five years, your risk of heart attack is half of what it is now.
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Order pre-printed posters for FREE through the SD Department of Health.
Title: QuitLine Poster- Health Benefits
Stock Number: TCP067
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