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Former Smokers Most Likely to Be Hospitalized, Die From COVID-19, New University of Texas Medical Branch Study Finds
May 17, 2021
GALVESTON, Texas, May 17 (TNSRes) -- The University of Texas Medical Branch issued the following news release:

Researchers at the University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston looked at over 10,000 COVID-19 patients and found that significantly more former smokers ended up in the hospital and died from COVID-19 than those who still smoked or had never smoked at all.

Smoking can lead to increased risks of infections and worse outcomes for a range of diseases including . . .

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