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Study: Early smokers face higher risk of some cancers  

Jump to full article: Florence (AL) Times Daily, 2012-04-23
Author: Tom Smith

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A study by the Penn State College of Medicine found that people who smoke as soon as they wake up face higher risks of cancer than those who wait awhile.

People who smoke right after getting out of bed may face a greater risk of cancer than those who wait at least an hour before lighting up.

A study conducted by the Penn State College of Medicine, concluded having a cigarette first thing in the morning may increase the risk of lung, head and neck cancers.

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