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(The Hill)   Study: Smoking and getting old put you at risk for getting cancer   (thehill.com) divider line
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342 clicks; posted to STEM » on 05 Aug 2022 at 7:12 PM (9 days ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook



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2022-08-05 5:51:07 PM  
That's it I am giving up getting old it's a nasty habit.
 
2022-08-05 7:15:22 PM  
Living puts you at a risk for death
 
2022-08-05 7:23:02 PM  
Again?
 
2022-08-05 7:35:48 PM  
The Captain Obvious study?
 
2022-08-05 7:49:39 PM  
That's why I'm working on a low cholesterol, high fiber cigarette that contains human growth hormone to reverse aging.
 
2022-08-05 8:20:51 PM  
So does drinking whisky and reading the politics tab
 
2022-08-05 8:22:42 PM  

AlgaeRancher: That's it I am giving up getting old it's a nasty habit.


When we're young: Can't wait to be an adult
When we're older and the novelty has passed: Please I want to be a kid again, except for Friday and Saturday nights.

I'm 58 and one organ has already failed me, it's thankfully one that come in pair.
 
2022-08-05 8:38:00 PM  

talkertopc: AlgaeRancher: That's it I am giving up getting old it's a nasty habit.

When we're young: Can't wait to be an adult
When we're older and the novelty has passed: Please I want to be a kid again, except for Friday and Saturday nights.

I'm 58 and one organ has already failed me, it's thankfully one that come in pair.


When you were little, you dreamed your were big.
You must have been something, a real tiny kid.
 
2022-08-05 9:01:01 PM  
One of the reasons why I took up smoking again after quitting for four years.
 
2022-08-05 9:22:45 PM  
To the best of my knowledge there is no history of cancer in my family tree. I figure if my mom's father never got lung cancer after 40+ years of smoking and my mother smoked for even longer. No cancer, emphysema though.

I've never smoked, on the other hand I'm older than my father was when he died, my brother when he died, ditto mom's dad and I'm closing in on when my father's father died. He made it to 72 despite being an alcoholic for 40+ years.
 
2022-08-05 9:37:06 PM  

talkertopc: I'm 58 and one organ has already failed me, it's thankfully one that come in pair.


I'm only a 40 year old male, and neither of my nipples work.
 
2022-08-05 9:39:14 PM  

Chemlight Battery: talkertopc: I'm 58 and one organ has already failed me, it's thankfully one that come in pair.

I'm only a 40 year old male, and neither of my nipples work.


You can't hang bottle caps on them?
 
2022-08-05 9:47:01 PM  

talkertopc: Chemlight Battery: talkertopc: I'm 58 and one organ has already failed me, it's thankfully one that come in pair.

I'm only a 40 year old male, and neither of my nipples work.

You can't hang bottle caps on them?


Only when sweaty
 
2022-08-05 9:54:45 PM  
Spitballing here, but Imma rough guess that getting old makes people die
 
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