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Stopping smoking linked to improved mental health

Quitting smoking is associated with an improvement in mental health in comparison with continuing to smoke, suggests a study. It is well known that stopping smoking substantially reduces major health risks, such as the development of cancers, cardiovascular and respiratory diseases. But the association between smoking and mental health is less clear cut. So researchers in the UK set out to investigate changes in mental health after smoking cessation compared with continuing to smoke.
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