“People who smoke within the
first half hour of waking up are 79 percent more likely to have
lung cancer than people who wait at least an hour after waking up
to smoke, according to new research published in the journal
Cancer. People who smoke first thing after waking up also
have a 59 percent higher risk of head and neck cancers, compared to
people who wait a bit before smoking, according to the research.
And researchers also found that the chances of developing cancer
based on the time of the day of the first smoke were independent of
other smoking habits.”
—A study has found that if you wait 31 minutes after waking up to smoke you will never get cancer. Or at least that’s how I’m interpreting it.
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