A third of smokers believe health risks exaggerated
Melbourne, July 25 (ANI): Nearly one-third of smokers believe the health effects of smoking are exaggerated, a new Australian survey has found.
And fewer than four out of 10 smokers are able to identify emphysema as a health effect of smoking, reports the Age.
Quit executive director Fiona Sharkie said on Sunday that smokers are kidding themselves if they think they can get away with smoking.
"Almost all smokers will get emphysema, while a quarter of all deaths from smoking are from emphysema," she said. (ANI)
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