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 Can lungs recover from long-term smoke?

Answer On One Hand: Lungs Can RecoverEx-smokers who go 10 years smoke-free cut their chances of developing lung cancer in half, notes "Patient UK," a source of health information in the United Kingdom. If... Read More »
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Can lungs recover from smoking?

On One Hand: Quitting Smoking Improves Lung FunctionQuitting smoking creates many health benefits. For example, according to the American Cancer Society, lung function increases two weeks to three ... Read More »
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Can your lungs recover from smoking?

On One Hand: Smoking Destroys Your LungsOnly seconds after you start smoking, the hair-like structures that help clean your lungs slow down, which allows for tar and mucus to build-up, according to... Read More »
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Can short-term&long-term disability insurance be deducted from federal taxes?

Taxpayers are not allowed to deduct premiums that they paid for personal disability insurance. While it is legal to deduct other forms of insurance, such as business liability insurance, personal d... Read More »
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I slept in front of a dusty fan last night. Now my lungs hurt. Could the pain in my lungs be from the fan?

You'll be okay just for laughs go to the doc and ask him but yea it happens sometimes by accident. GL!!!😄
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