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Centers for Disease Control TV Spot, 'Tips From Former Smokers: Roosevelt'

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Roosevelt always thought that smoking cigarettes only messed up your lungs. He never thought that at only 45 it would give him a heart attack, or that it would stop him from playing basketball with his kids, and especially not that it would give him a large scar down his chest. Roosevelt's tip is to do your heart a favor and quit smoking now. As soon as you stop smoking, your heart attack risk drops.

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May 25, 2018
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