Smoking May Lead to Early Menopause

Regular smoking has been known to cause more than 85 percent of all deaths due to lung cancer. It may also lead to many other types of cancer and a large array of other health-related issues.

According to BMC Public Health, early menopause onset, before the age of 45, is more than twice as likely in women who smoke heavily.

The study also looked at effects of passive smoking, alcohol, and coffee consumption and found that these activities do not have a significant effect on early menopause.

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