Smoking leaves 30-year legacy on your DNA – WCVB Boston

08:55 EDT 23 Sep 2016 | Life Sciences Health

WCVB BostonSmoking leaves 30-year legacy on your DNAWCVB Boston(CNN) —Smokers have a "footprint" of their addiction on their genes that could be used to identify, and develop treatments for, smoking-related diseases such as cardiovascular disease and cancer, according to a new study published Tuesday.Smoking 'leaves footprint on our DNA'WebMD.Boots.comDNA damage caused by smoking may last a lifetimeNews-Medical.netDNA can reveal an individual's smoking historyBusiness StandardRomper -Hindustan Times -Huffington Post -Shape Magazineall 115 news articles

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