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|Q: Do I face fewer health risks as a cigar smoker? answer|
|Smoking causes nearly 90% of all lung cancer and throat cancer.|
Do what works for you, and be true to yourself. For me that means walking and using my humor (not to be tried at the same time).
Acne pimples, sores, etc, that pop up on the faces of those who have recently quit; science can't explain them but we know they exist.