For decades, the National Institute of Health has told us that smoking is the top cause of preventable deaths in the U.S.
Smoking leads to heart disease, lung cancer, emphysema, and other lethal illnesses. It kills 480,000 Americans a year. Research shows that smoking shortens lifespan by an average of 10 years.1
But a new study from Cleveland Clinic and New York University School of Medicine shows that obesity causes far more loss of life than tobacco use.… Read More