Smoking is bad to the bone

Smoking is bad to the bone

The body is designed to heal after breaking a bone. But it may not be designed to heal a broken […]

The body is designed to heal after breaking a bone. But it may not be designed to heal a broken bone while processing cigarette smoke and nicotine.

A recent study looked at the differences between smokers and non-smokers when healing from a broken bone. Results showed that smokers took several extra weeks to heal from a fracture.
Smokers also had higher odds of the fracture not healing properly.

Source: Daily Rx

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