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LONDON (Reuters) - Smoking, already linked to several illnesses, may also increase the risk of infection with HIV, the virus that causes AIDS, researchers said on Thursday. In a review of studies that looked at the association between smoking and HIV, British doctors said five of the six studies they analysed showed smokers had a higher chance of becoming infected
About 40 million people worldwide are living with HIV/AIDS. Nearly 5 million were newly infected in 2005 and more than 3 million adults and children died of AIDS in the same year.
Originally posted by AGENT_T
Ermmm where to start???
I drink but I don,t do drugs or smoke and sex is kinda difficult since my gf is 3500 miles away..So the chain from smoking to drugs n sex is kinda broken there..
Besides I wouldn,t have thought smokers would score so often coz their breath smells
Ah wait I see it now!! It,s coz smokers get all the skanky ones that don,t mind you smelling like an ashtray