Still Smoking? Why You Need to Quit for Your Joints Sake

There are many obvious reasons why you need to stop smoking, but growing research is showing it should be mandatory for those with arthritis.

Did you know that cigarettes contain more than 4,000 chemicals, including arsenic, carbon monoxide and the poison cyanide? And more than 60 of these chemicals you inhale cause cancer. While the reasons smoking is bad for you are endless, including increasing your risk of blindness and hearing loss, dulling your taste buds and prematurely wrinkling the skin, the link between smoking and arthritis shouldnt be overlooked.
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