Weight Gain After Quitting Smoking: Average Over 10 Pounds

As more people quit smoking cigarettes to protect their health, many face a new battle: weight gain. A new study in the journal BMJ shows that quitters gain more weight than anyone previously thought. The research found that those who quit smoking gained an average of 10 to 11 pounds after 12 months, with most of the weight gain in the first three months. Still, that shouldn't stop people from kicking the habit for good, the researchers said. Scientists from France and the U.K. conducted a...Full Story
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