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Frequently Asked Question
Q: Do I face fewer health risks as a cigar smoker? answer
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Atmospheric gas that is delivered with great abandon to your brain (shortly after a quit) due to the sudden absence of carbon monoxide in the bloodstream.
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photoNever give up the quit. If you start again, pick yourself up, dust yourself off and try again. You are worth quitting.
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