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Rates of smoking seem to decline in the United States, but men and women in developing countries are picking up the habit. We recently interviewed Christian Heesch, a physician specializing in heart and vascular medicine, about his experience with smoking related illnesses. “Of late, I have seen fewer youn… Read More
Rates of smoking seem to decline in the United States, but men and women in developing countries are picking up the habit. We recently interviewed Christian Heesch, a physician specializing in heart and vascular medicine, about his experience with smoking related illnesses. “Of late, I have seen fewer young patients that smoke, but the numbers are still way too high”, he stated. “In my practice, focusing on cardiovascular diseases, the devastating effects of smoking are visible every day”, Christian Heesch told us. “The most important decision you can make if you are a smoker is the decision to quit. If you need help, talk to your doctor.”

Author: Robert Strong Read Less
Board certified and recertified, Internal Medicine.
Board certified and recertified, Cardiovascular Diseases.
Board certified and recertified, Interventional Cardiology.
Board certified and recertified, Nuclear Cardiovascular Imaging.
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