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Smoking Causes Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD)

Smoking causes chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD).  COPD robs the lungs of air and can lead to long-term disability and death.

Smoking causes chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD). COPD robs the lungs of air and can lead to long-term disability and death.
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Smoking Can Block Blood Flow to the Brain

Smoking can block blood flow to the brain, and can lead to stroke, which can cause brain damage and death.

Smoking can block blood flow to the brain, and can lead to stroke, which can cause brain damage and death.
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Smoking Can Cause Buildup of a Dangerous Substance Called Plaque

Smoking can cause buildup of a dangerous substance called plaque inside your arteries, which can lead to heart attack and sudden death.

Smoking can cause buildup of a dangerous substance called plaque inside your arteries, which can lead to heart attack and sudden death.
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When it Comes to Tobacco, "All-Natural" Doesn't Mean "Safe"

Some of the toxic chemicals in cigarettes are present in the tobacco plant Itself. Learn more about the chemicals in a cigarette - from plant to product to puff. www.fda.gov/tobacco.

Some of the toxic chemicals in cigarettes are present in the tobacco plant Itself. Learn more about the chemicals in a cigarette - from plant to product to puff. www.fda.gov/tobacco.
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Some of the Toxic Chemicals in Cigarettes are Present in the Tobacco Plant Itself

Some of the toxic chemicals in cigarettes are present in the tobacco plant Itself.  Learn more about the chemicals in a cigarette - from plant to product to puff.  www.fda.gov/tobacco.

Some of the toxic chemicals in cigarettes are present in the tobacco plant Itself. Learn more about the chemicals in a cigarette - from plant to product to puff. www.fda.gov/tobacco.
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Teenage Brains Addicted (Spanish)

Teenage brains are still developing, which can make it easier for teens to get addicted to nicotine.

Teenage brains are still developing, which can make it easier for teens to get addicted to nicotine.
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