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Smoking Makes you Depressed - Especially When you Are Dying for a Fag and Can't Get One...

Sun, 26th Nov 2000

Part of the show Stem Cells

If you smoke, you are more likely to become depressed, a recent study has found. A survey of a large group of initially happy teenagers, found that those who were smokers were at a higher risk of becoming depressed over the following year. The researchers then looked at another group of teenagers, out of which some were depressed, and found that depression did not predispose them to becoming a smoker.
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