Research has demonstrated that it is never too late to quit smoking and reduce your risk of heart disease, stroke and cancer.
- About 50 years ago, nearly 42 percent of U.S. adults smoked; in 2015 that number had dropped to 15 percent and experts would like it to drop to 12 percent by 2020
- Research has found it’s never too late to quit as people between 50 and 74 demonstrate improved health benefits each year after quitting
- When you quit smoking your body repairs the damage done by the toxic chemicals in the cigarettes, reducing your risk of heart disease, stroke and cancers each year you remain smoke free
Source: Here’s What Happens When You Quit Smoking