Smoking May Cause Cancer In More Men Than Women
Researchers found smoking decreases the amount of Y chromosomes in men's blood cells, leading to a higher chance of getting some cancers.By Madison Burke | December 4, 2014
We've seen the posters and we've heard the stories.
"Hi, my name is Suzie and I've had a stroke due to my cigarette smoking."
It is clear that smoking is very, very bad for you. But apparently, it's worse for men than for women.