Exercise cuts some of smoking's risks -- but it's a fact that performance is affected

Friday, August 1, 2008 - 19:21 in Health & Medicine

'You're bathing cells in industrial-grade solvents and it's going to reduce oxygen transport,' one expert explains. Sure, smoking is bad for you -- but what happens when you combine it with something really good -- like running eight miles a day? Do you get a healthier smoker? Or an unhealthy athlete?

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