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A new method of targeting smoking cessation involves hitting smokers where it hurts, their sex life. Smoking causes erectile dysfunction and impotence in men and gum disease, bad breath and wrinkled skin in both sexes.

Source: summary of medical news story as reported by Staff Nurse.com

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About: Smoken' campaign

Date: 1 July 2005

Source: Staff Nurse.com

URL: http://www.staffnurse.com/nursing-news-articles/smokers-warned-of-risks-to-sex-life-1321.html

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