A study sponsored by the American Cancer Society done at Gottlieb Memorial Hospital, Loyola University Health System in Melrose Park, Illinois, found that one year after quitting smoking, former smokers had cut their risk for coronary heart disease in half. The researchers reported that within twenty minutes of having their last cigarette, former smokers had lower heart rates and blood pressure. Within twelve hours after quitting smoking, former smokers' blood levels of carbon monoxide had dropped to normal.
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