Washington: Quitting smoking can cut the risk of cardiovascular events in half despite any weight gain, a new study has revealed.An analysis of data from the Framingham Offspring Study - a long-term study that follows children of participants in the original Framingham Heart Study - may have answered a question that has troubled individuals considering stopping smoking: do the health effects of any weight gained after quitting outweigh the known cardiovascular benefits of smoking cessation.
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