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  1. Hello there,
    Thank god I am not a smoker:) Bit really was very interesting your article and i don’t understand how some people would continue smoking when their life is in danger when they are ready for a surgery…A good example your aunt:( I am really sorry for what happened to her, but a lot of people should read this information to understand the damage cigarets are creating.
    To be honest, I knew about lung problems, heart problems, skin…but not spine damages…Was really very helpful and thanks for sharing. I feel that you will help a lot of people here to quit smoking..to take care more about their health.
    Cristina

    • Hi Christina,
      Thanks for your kind words. I’s so glad you found the post useful. Yes, a lot of people are aware of the heart , skin, and lung problems that smoking can cause. But they have no clue as to how smoking can damage their spine and bones. I’m glad you found this article useful. Always nice to hear from you.

  2. This is something I didn’t know about, I do know that smoking prevents many different problems when it comes to our body being healed. Especially the lungs. Good post.

    • Hi Fred,

      First let me give you kudos for your own informative website. I have taken a look, and you have a lot of very useful information of how one can “live greater health”. As for smoking being bad for your bones, a lot of people don’t know that. This is why I wrote the post. If one is considering something like spinal fusion surgery, then one needs to know how smoking will effect the outcome. I’m glad you liked the post.

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