Smoking Can Cause Damage To Your DNA, Even Years After You Quit
According to a new study, smoking can cause changes to your DNA that can last for decades.By Briana Altergott | September 21, 2016
Many of the negative effects associated with smoking cigarettes can disappear over time after a person quits.
But a new study out this week says the habit causes damage to your DNA that can last for decades.
As one of the researchers told NBC, "Our study has found compelling evidence that smoking has a long-lasting impact on our molecular machinery, an impact that can last more than 30 years."