Smoking ‘Leaves Footprint on Our DNA’ – Medscape

September 24, 2016 by  
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Smoking 'Leaves Footprint on Our DNA'
The encouraging news is that once you stop smoking, the majority of DNA methylation signals return to never smoker levels after 5 years, which means your body is trying to heal itself of the harmful impacts of tobacco smoking." The researchers say
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